Spring Revolution Daily News for 6 November 2022
The National Unity Government (NUG)
- According to the NUG, a citizen has bought plots of land worth over 2,400,000 USD as part of the Mandalay Project for the victory of the revolution.
- In Yinmabin Township of Sagaing Region, there was an educational health talk at a school of the interim education on Friday.
- According to the NUG, Bond for Karenni can be bought to support Karenni State with powerful revolution against the military dictatorship.
- For the freedom and safety of the public’s financial contribution, Ministry of Health-NUG created their NUG Pay account.
- In Moekaung of Kachin State, two criminals and junta informers were arrested by PDFs.
- In Taungoo Township of Bago Region, there was a bomb explosion at a religious ceremony in Talaing-I Village at about 8:00 am Saturday. After that, there was a fighting between PDF and the junta army. Reportedly, 5 junta soldiers died.
- As a part of Nan Htike Aung Operation, Pyi District PDF shot dead Saung Tin, administrator of Phayagyi Village, at 8:40 am Saturday.
- In Thabaitgyin of Mandalay Region, the junta police inspection gate was blown up with two mines at 8:50 am Saturday.
- Stationing along the land amidst the Ayeyarwaddy River between Mandalay and Sagaing, junta soldiers have been shooting mortars randomly into Wetlet Township on the western bank of the river on a nightly basis.
- In Pakkoku Township and Myaing Township of Magwe Region, there was a bomb attack via drone on junta soldiers and Pyusawti members on secret patrol at 10:30 am Saturday.
- In Yesagyo Township, the junta army destroyed the PDF inspection gate. Phyo Thu Kyaw, a Pyusawti member who had come along with junta soldiers, kicked and destroyed the photo of Daw Aung San Su Kyi. A few minutes later, he was hit with exploding mines and died on the spot.
- In Kani Township, local people protested against the military dictatorship while conducting the Kahtein religious rally on Saturday.
- On Saturday, a combined rally of local villages from Salingyi and Yinmabin marched against the military dictatorship.
- In the south of Kantbalu Township, the junta armed forces invaded local villages for 10 days from 22 October to the end of the month. Reportedly, 8 local people have been missing.
- In Yebyu Township of Taninthayi Region, junta soldiers on patrol in the Nabule Area opened gunfire on Saturday morning. As a result, the abbot of Mudu Monastery was injured.
- In Kayin State, CDM women staff has been learning traditional weaving.
Ethnic Armed Organizations
- Starting from 21 October, a combined force of KTLA, KNLA and PDF has been attacking the junta departments and the junta army Ka-La-Ya (97) in Kawkarait of Kayin State. Reportedly, the junta army used mortar support and air strikes nearly a hundred times.
- In the area under the control of Karen National Union-KNU, a PDF member from Pathein of Ayeyarwaddy Region lost their life due to a mortar shell shot by junta soldiers wildly at 11:45 pm on 2 November.
The Military Council
- In the meeting with MSME business people in Dawei District of Taninthayi Region on Friday, the junta leader Min Aung Hlaing said that he managed to raise the country’s economy despite numerous hardships.
- On Friday, the military junta announced that the repayment period for COVID-19 loans had been extended to one more year.
- On Friday, the junta Directorate of Investment and Company Administration stated that there would be more reviews of companies and legal action would be taken against those failing to comply with the laws.
- Ko Linn Htet Naing (alias) Ko James, a former leader of Ba-Ka-Tha Student Union and political activist, was charged again with Section 50 (J) under the anti-terrorism law.
- In Pyin Oo Lwin, the junta Dasaungdine Hot Air Balloon Competition was opened on Friday night. However, there were not many people as expected.
- The junta leader Min Aung Hlaing said that in addition to the duties to defend the country, the junta army was having to take on national duties.
Summary on 5 November
- Due to battles, there have been more than 5 million displaced people. Besides, there have been million acres of farmland left empty. Many businesses have had to suspend their operations as well. At such a time, the junta leader lied that the national economy was booming.
- With a craving for power, the army seized power by force. Only after that, the junta leader said that the junta army had to be carrying out not only defence duties but also national ones. If military dictators just went back to their military quarters years ago, Myanmar would, at least, be one of the top countries in South East Asia by now.