Junta troops burn church and homes in Nanchaung village

By Van Bawi Lian | Myanmar junta troops operating in Kalaymyo township burned down several houses and a church in Nanchaung village on December 12, forcing hundreds from their homes.

“The junta soldiers entered Nanchawng village at around 6 a.m yesterday morning and started torching houses at 7 a.m. Nanchaung Foursquare Church and 19 houses have been burned down,” a villager told The Chin Journal.

Chin National Organization-Upper Chindwin Region (CNO-UCR) also issued a report last night, claiming 20 houses including a church in Nanchaung were reduced to ash on December 12, and hundreds of civilians from three surrounding villages were forced to desert their homes.

A resistance group PDF-Kalay warned locals in Northern Kalaymyo township not to travel as the situation may escalate, given the climate in Nanchaung village yesterday.

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January 10 – Camp Victoria ah nunnak a pemi CNA ralkap hna

January 10 ah Camp Victoria cu SAC ralhrang nih vanlawng in an run kah taktak i CNA ralkap nu 2 le pa 3 nih miphun luatnak rian an tuan cuahmah lio ah a kan liamtak. January 11 ah SAC ralhrang nih Camp Victoria cu a voi 2nk a kah than.


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