Thousands of people fled their homes after military militants attacked three villages in Taungdwingyi township in the Magwei region on Monday night.
The antique house has anti-dictatorship protests every night, and the Binh Dynasty prepares to oppose the appointment of a new district chief by the military committee.
The troops arrived in Binxiang on Friday morning, searched 12 houses of the protest leader, and then stopped three locals.
Although the detainee was released later that night, at the time of the report, he was still receiving treatment due to the serious injuries he suffered during the regime’s prevention period.
The locals said to the soldiers: “They destroyed the crops, rice and sesame seeds. There is nothing to save.”
On the evening of April 12, the armed forces entered the three villages and scared the locals with guns. Then they started raiding houses in the community.
More than 3,000 residents of these villages fled, including elderly people and women who had just given birth. They have been displaced and have been struggling to find enough food and shelter.
The villager added: “Today, a house was burned to ashes. We just watched it from the hill overlooking the village.”
Approximately 1,300 houses were searched in three villages.
In addition to continuing to attack and kill protesters across the country, military attacks on urban wards and villages have become an increasingly common feature of the regime’s suppression of widespread public anti-authoritarian movements.