MON STATE- It has been reported from locals that junta withdrew curfew since October 27 in Chaungson Township, Mon State. Curfew section 144 (12 p.m to 4 a.m) was previously announced in Chaungson Township as reason of Town’s security during junta coup.
The junta based Chaungson Township’s general administration office announced that the curfew was withdrawn starting from October 27.
Although the withdrawal of curfew seemed good, it is still effective in Mawlaymyine Township, which right right next to Chaungson Township and so still inconvenient for emergency situations like heath issues.
There were exposures between revolutionary forces and junta troops in Chaungson Township during one and half year since junta’s military coup but three became less clashes up to now.
The curfew is still effective in different times (from 12 a.m to 4 a.m) in Mudon, Than Phyu Zayat, Tahton and Paung Township. Yet, it has been the same for Mawlamyaing, the capital of Mon State.
In the same way, the curfew is still the same in Yay (previously announced Marshall law) and Kyeik Hto and Belin where there have been ongoing clashes.