On Monday, the Burma military pounded the Chin resistance with jet fighters and airships in Thangtlang Township in northern Chin State as it moved 150 soldiers overland from Hakha to the town of the same name.
Chin National Front/Chin National Army spokesperson Salai Htet Ni said the regime called in the airstrike against resistance forces near Lungkhar village, located near the Timit River between Hakha and Thangtlang and below the river, on 29 May, causing some casualties.
The regime has used excessive force hoping to retake the area, which has long been held by revolutionary groups.
Junta soldiers have burned down over a thousand houses in the town of Thangtlang in the area where the groups retain control.
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