The Myanmar army has revealed the massacre of more than 40 civilians in 4 different incidents in July this year.
A report by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) quoted eyewitnesses and survivors as saying that Myanmar’s military had rounded up civilians and separated men from women, first torturing them and then torturing them. Killed.
According to the investigation report, the dead included a 17-year-old boy who was killed and buried in graves.
According to the report, the Myanmar army massacred civilians in four different incidents in Kani Township of Sagaing district, which is considered as the center of anti-government organization.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation, most of the killings took place in a village called Yen, where the army killed 14 people after torture and dumped their bodies in the jungle.
It is understood that the massacre of civilians by the Myanmar army is in fact a collective punishment in response to attacks by warring factions to restore democracy.
Myanmar’s military overthrew the democratic government of Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in February this year.