Spring Revolution Daily News September 4, 2022

The National Unity Government (NUG)

  • On Thursday, the Ministry of Interior and Immigration-NUG announced that it had established popular forces in three cantons.

  • There has been an ongoing campaign calling on the general public to join the petition asking the United Nations to keep Myanmar Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun and dismiss the junta representative.

  • Myanmar’s permanent representative to the United Nations, U Kyaw Moe Tun, said Myanmar’s high inflation rate was alarming and had negative effects on people’s social lives as well as businesses.

  • U Kyaw Moe Tun welcomed the one-year extension of the UNDP and UNFPA programs for Myanmar.

  • The NUG announced on Saturday that it had fired all non-CDM officers from the Yangon and Mandalay urban development councils.

  • The spokesperson for the NUG president’s office said that the 54th-56th residence on University Avenue in Yangon had already been considered national heritage and therefore they would take serious action against anyone who tried to sell or buy the house. historical.

Revolutionary activities

  • On Friday, the US Secretary of State sentenced ousted leader Daw Aung San Su Kyi to a new 3-year prison sentence. He also called for more pressure on the military junta.

  • In Kanyutgwin, Bago region, a second police sergeant, Htay Hlaing, arrested a man named U Kyin Shwe who was handcuffed for not paying his electricity bill. Police then allegedly shot the man and his nephew at the local police station.

  • In Paletwa Township of Chin State, there were battles between the Junta Army and the Arakan-AA Army. Due to airstrikes by the military junta on Thursday, more than 560 residents had to flee and cross the border into Mizoram in India.

  • In Yinmabin township of Sagaing region, a combined gathering of Salingyi and Yinmabin marched against the military dictatorship on Saturday.

  • In Myaung township, the MRA carried out a drone bomb attack on Kyaukyit village police station on 29 August. According to reports, 3 members of the junta died and another was injured.

  • In Kani township, an alliance of local PDFs carried out a surprise attack on the junta army near Chanthasu township on August 23. According to reports, as many as 10 junta soldiers died.

  • In Kawkarait Township, Kayin State, the Saw Dragon Drone Force carried out a drone bomb attack against the junta army stationed near the village of Kawnwet.

  • Starting September 1, People’s Sons would provide additional financial rewards to members of the junta’s armed forces who dissident and join the MDP.

  • In the Patheingyi township of the Mandalay region, there was an explosion at a casino on Thursday. While the junta army was on the scene for inspection, another explosion occurred. Consequently, there were casualties among the soldiers of the junta.

  • Pyigyi Dagun Sayardaw said the junta’s monks lived on public donations and acted rudely against them.

  • In Moenyin township, the junta army fired mortars near the village of Tandabin around 8:00 p.m. Friday.

Ethnic armed organizations

  • In Fruso township of Karenni state, there may have been casualties among junta soldiers in an ambush by the KNDF brigade (15).

  • The Golden Eagles People Defense Force shot down a junta drone detecting Cobra troops on the Myawaddy-Wawlay road.

The Military Council

  • The junta armed forces carried out airstrikes using fighter jets and helicopters near the junta military camp confiscated by the Arakan-AA army on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border . as well as other strategic points in the region.

  • At 08:00 a.m. Sunday, junta leader Min Aung Hlaing would depart Nay Pyi Taw for Russia in an Airbus A319 MAI. According to our information, his trip will last 8 days.

  • Junta propaganda chief Zaw Min Tun said fuel oil imported from Russia was cheaper than the current world market price and would arrive soon.

  • The junta’s propaganda chief said they had prioritized fuel oil and edible oil to bring down the cost of living.

  • The junta’s Commerce Ministry announced that Myanmar had donated 1,000 tonnes of rice to Sri Lanka facing an economic crisis.

Summary September 3

  • The military junta sold gold coins and thus the price fell in the market. Being a quick fix, it wouldn’t last long.

  • In Rakhine State, heavy fighting has resumed and the number of displaced people is believed to continue to rise. Due to the restrictions imposed by the junta, the displaced people faced difficulties with their basic daily needs such as food.

  • In Kayin, Karenni, Chin, Sagaing and Magwe there were daily battles between the junta army and the EAO or PDF. Apparently, the military junta would have suffered a great loss there. On the other hand, the junta’s armed forces burned down public houses and killed everyone they encountered, accusing them of being members of the PDF.