Myanmar Military Defector Forms New Military Group Against The Myanmar Regime

A high-ranking defector from the Myanmar military has begun training new recruits in a Myanmar territory that is controlled by an insurgency group.
Major Hein Tha Oo recently defected from the Light Infantry Division in the central town of Meiktila after being in the military for 20 years.
The trainees of this new military group are aged between 20 and 35 and come from cities and towns across the country during a military campaign of mass terror and murder meant to stop the resistance.
This new military group will reveal its location or its exact strength due to security reasons.
These trainees are not just being taught the basics. They are being trained in computers, vocations, English, and first-aid.
Major Oo will not accept the Myanmar military’s blatant, unnecessary killing of non-combatants. The people of Myanmar will not accept it. The Myanmar army is an evil army that will eventually die.
This new military group could battle the military regime at any moment. Major Oo believes that the battles are not set in stone. A battle could happen at any time.
According to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners’ tally, more than 770 people have been killed by the military regime’s forces since February, including dozens of children during attacks on protesters and others.
Among the recruits was a youth who fled Bago after surviving the massacre there last month, in which 82 people were killed, according to local aid groups.
On April 9, soldiers took over the Ponnasu, Hmor Kan, and Socialist neighbourhoods and began abducting and torturing young people indiscriminately.
Some residents decided to flee the city and join the armed resistance.
Those who bully people, torture them and even kill them… I hope they’re ready to die just the same, Hein Thaw Oo said.
The major said that he was willing to cooperate with any organization that strives toward a country without dictatorship and that alliances have already been set up with some organizations.
The National Unity Government (NUG), formed by expelled lawmakers, has been negotiating with armed ethnic groups to establish a federal army to oppose the coup regime.
On May 5th,2021 it announced the formation of a People’s Defence Force, the name by which it refers to this new military force.

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