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Thai arrest Burmese pro-democracy g (r)
- Subject: Thai arrest Burmese pro-democracy g (r)
- From: Bluestar@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 01:13:00
Thai arrest Burmese pro-democracy groups
On 24-11-97, at about (11:30)a.m, offices of pro-democracy groups (NLD-LA,
DPNS, PDF, MDUF and Karen History Research) in Sankhla Buri were rounded up
by the groups of Thai soldiers of No.9 Military Force and Thai police and 17
people including three children were arrested.
It is learnt that the reason is what the pressure of SPDC on the No.9
Military Force after the fighting between KNU and SPDC troops at Mae Katha
near Three Pagodas Pass where 5 SPDC's soldiers including a major were
killed and many were wounded.
The List of people who were arrested are as follows;
1. Ko Kyaw Htet PDF
2. Ko Shwe Thwe PDF
3. Ko Lu Maw PDF
4. Ko Aung Htoo PDF
5. Ko Charle DPNS
6. Ko Win Naing DPNS
7. Ko Nyi Nyi DPNS
8. Ko Kyaw Naing DPNS
9. Ko Paw Tun Aung NLD-LA
10.Ko Aung San Nyunt NLD-LA
11.U Shein MDUF
12.Ko Than Htite MUDF
13.Maung Tun Sein MDUF (12-year-old)
14.Maung Letwae Tun MDUF (8-year-old)
15.Maung Nyi Nyi Lwin MDUF (10-year-old)
16.Ko Htet Khaung Karen History Research
17.Ko Myint Win
24-11-97 (11:45 PM)
It is lent that, Sergeant Kyaw Zaw from SPDC military intelligent number (5)
come and watched on arrested people at the immigration office in Sankhla Buri.
At the movement, Thai military forces and SPDC military intelligent
both together are searching remainder pro-democracy offices and office
responsible persons in that area.
11/25/97 4:00:59 PM
THAI MILITARY PERSONNELS, PURPETS OF THE SLORC.
In Sangkahla Buri, there were arresting occoured at the revolutionary
forces' office on November
24, 97. It is believed that there consisted of the SLORC's pressure behind.
The SLORC military regime
officials pushed the Thai authorities - to arrest the offices as over 20
SLORC soldiers were killed in
action in the recent battle-field. The plan was arranged by the Military
Intelligence (MI -5) from Three
Pagoda pass and a sergent, named Sgt. Kyaw Zaw, inspected the vitims while
they were under arrest. Without informing the local authorities, the plans
were done by the commander of the 9th Brigade. Although nobody
knows about the future of vitims, Thai Army, the follows of charvalit,
becomes the follower of the SLORC
again among the political unstabilities.