Two Bengali children injured by AA's mine
Nay Pyi Taw March 11
Two Bengali children, Jormy, the son of De Mahmud, and Al Nan Dula, the son of Lu Malarki, living in the village of Arkar Taung in Rakhine State's Buthidaung Township were injured after they stepped on an improvised explosive device planted by the AA terrorists while herding cows in a field between the villages of Arkar Taung and Yet Khone Taing around 4 pm on 10 March. The two were sent to Buthidaung People’s Hospital for treatment.
There were deaths and injuries of local residents due to mines planted by the AA terrorists at Teik Tu Pauk Village on 7 January, at Sin Thay Pyin Village on 18 February, near Aung Ba Village on 26 February, and near Paung Toke Village on March 6.
The AA terrorists have planted mines on entrances and exits of villages, around farmland and cropland of local residents and on transportation links. To date, 15 civilians were killed and 41 others were injured by mines planted by the AA terrorists.