Hidden food rations of ARSA terrorists seized in Maungtaw

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The cooking oil bottles and food rations hidden by the ARSA terrorists. Photo: mna
The cooking oil bottles and food rations hidden by the ARSA terrorists. Photo: MNA

Security forces confiscated food rations hidden by the ARSA terrorists near Khamaungseik village in Maungtaw Township, Rakhine State.
For the security of western part of Myanmar, troops are patrolling the border with Bangladesh day and night.
On 29 April, at about 1,500 metre north of border post BP-41, two members of ARSA and two other persons who attacked security forces by land mines and smuggled narcotic drugs were arrested in shooting death, with a impoverished land mine, other explosives and illegal drugs.
On 2 May, two police members were wounded in the ambushes of ARSA terrorists near BP-41 from the Bangladeshi side.
On 7 am yesterday morning, security forces confiscated dry food rations hidden near 3,000 metre west to Khamaungseik village and between BP-40 and 41 near the borderline.
On 8 April, ammunition, some sorts of military equipment, an identity card of UNHCR issued for the refugee camps in the other country, 6 rice bags with WFP logo and 40 bottles of cooking oil were also discovered near 2,500 metre west of Khamaungseik village.
The Office of Commander in Chief Defence Services has also reported that ARSA and AA terrorists are receiving relief aid donated by NGOs/INGOs and private donors to the IDP camps.—MNA (Translated by Aung Khin)

 

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