AYEYARWADDY DIVISION – Ms. Theint Theint Soe, a 30-year-old teacher living in No. 6 Ward, Bogalay Township, Ayeyarwaddy Division, who joined the Civil Disobedience Movement was said to have been abducted by the junta soldiers on May 23, as said by a Bogalay resident.
She has been working as a teacher for 8 years and joined the civil disobedience movement since the junta council illegally seized power.
Due to the security concern, the Bogalay resident anonymously said that the teacher Ms. Theint Theint Soe was abducted by junta forces after they accused her of supporting the CDM.
He said, “The teacher was abducted at her house on 9th street in No. 6 Ward. Before May 23, her husband was abducted for a week. The day when her husband was released, the teacher was abducted, accused of supporting CDM.”
Currently, Ms. Theint Theint Soe is being detained at the Myoma police station in Bogalay. It is still unknown if she was charged at court, as said by Bogalay residents.
Some telegram channels lobbying for the junta council mentioned that Ms. Theint Theint Soe was abducted for being seen with the certificate recognized by the Bogalay Township Education Board under the National Unity Government.
Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) mentioned that according to the data collected as of May 26, 2023, there have been 297 CDM teachers around the country who were abducted by the junta council since the coup.