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Alleged mass killings, torture: Myanmar’s shadow government compiles evidence for international legal channels


One of them particulars mass killings in Kayah State on Christmas Eve the place about 35 folks, together with ladies and youngsters had been killed and burned in numerous autos.
Witnesses stated some had been even torched alive.
During that media occasion, the NUG lined up witnesses together with medical doctors who did autopsies on the our bodies in addition to victims’ households to offer their testimonies.
The NUG additionally aired a drone footage exhibiting the extent of the harm in Kayah State – a gaggle of burnt-out autos with utterly charred corpses inside them.
Witnesses stated some our bodies had been too brittle to be moved intact.
Founding member of Special Advisory Council for Myanmar Chris Sidoti, an international human rights and legislation skilled, stated the scenario in Myanmar is dangerous and getting worse.
“The Myanmar military really is a terrorist organisation and there’s no other way to describe it,” Mr Sidoti stated. 

Even after two high-level conferences between Myanmar military chief Min Aung Hlaing and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen in January, violence within the nation has but to stop.
Less than two weeks after the leaders met in early-January, Cambodia voiced severe concern over Myanmar’s violence, saying that it might jeopardise the result of Mr Hun Sen’s go to.
One of the outcomes hailed by each side as optimistic throughout the two-day assembly, was a ceasefire.
The Myanmar military had prolonged a truce with ethnic armed organisations until the top of 2022, although it particularly unnoticed the fighter forces from NUG.
“The truce is a joke,” Mr Sidoti stated.

“It has never been intended to apply to all of the violence taking place in Myanmar. But even in its limited scope, applying to the ethnic armed organisations, it is not being honoured by the military itself.”
Meanwhile, each sides look set to press on with their trigger, with neither facet backing down.
Many civilians have shed their city identities and brought up arms within the jungle to coach and struggle towards the Tatmadaw.
In city areas, gentle targets similar to government buildings, safety checkpoints and police stations proceed to be focused with bomb blasts.
In some instances, resistance forces reportedly assassinate those that they believe are spies of the navy.
“I don’t see violence as a solution to any problem,” Mr Chris Sidoti stated.
“Having said that, the NUG has only ever talked about violence as a defensive mechanism.
“The NUG is not having air raids and bombing towns and villages. It’s not slaughtering people in that dozens of civilians who are bound and then set on fire.”



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