July 17, 2023
According to a statement from the Cloud Wings drone group, KNLA joint forces bombed the offices of the military council with the drones in the Karen State, Kyar Inn Seik Gyi township.
“On July 16th, at10:30 PM, a policeman was killed and buildings were damaged due to the drone attack on the offices under the military council, where the city police station, the Office of the General Administrator, and the land registry office,” said Ko Nyein, the Cloud Wings Drone officer.
” We did a drone mission with the joint forces last night and attacked by dropping 5 bombs on the police station, the office of the General Administrator, and the land registry office under the military regime. They told us that 1 police sergeant was killed in the attack,” he said.
“In addition, from July 11th to 15th, there was a clash between the military council column that came to reinforce the Khote Khwar frontier military camp from Qi Long TaiTai, and 9 soldiers of the military council were killed due to drone missions at the Khote Khwar camp, “said Ko Nyein, the Cloud Wings drone officer.
A local woman from Kyar Inn Seik Gyi town, who did not wish to be named, said that the military council’s departmental offices have been attacked by drones and that the staff are avoiding the office premises.
“Now the servants from the relevant offices are avoiding sleeping in the office premises, and others are sleeping in the houses of acquaintances, and some are sleeping in the guest houses,” he said.
Because of the frequent attack by drone on the offices under the Military Council in Kyar Inn Seik Gyi township, the entrances and exits of the town have become more stringent than before.
Also, according to the statement of the Cloud Wing Drone group, last July 7th, due to a mine and drone attack on the township’s power substation, two 66/33 KV (30) MVA main Transformers (AG), Two 66/11 KV(30)MVA Main Transformer(AG) and Control Box; electrical appliances and also the buildings were damaged and destroyed by fire.
News: Naw Phu Phu
Phar Si Than (People’s Radio Myanmar)