MYANMAR – Karenni Nationalities Defence Force (KNDF) Battalion-02 announced that a junta police officer from the Loikaw Police Station brought a weapon and entered the legal fold in Karenni State.
In November, a police officer from Loikaw Police Station contacted KNDF Battalion-02 and came into the legal fold by bringing a G 3 gun and some ammunition.
The police officer and his family members were brought out safely and taken to a safe place. He brought one G3 gun and some ammunition, so KNDF awarded him 3,000,000 Kyats.
Similarly, the Monywa District Battalion 12, Company 4 (Mee Taut Company) said that one junta policeman from Amyint Police Station of Chaung U Township, Sagaing Division brought a weapon and came into the legal fold.
On November 6, at around 6:00 a.m., a policeman from Chaung U Township’s Amyint Police Station came out shopping in Amyint Market, brought a weapon, and fled to surrender to the resistance forces.
The policeman has brought a MA13 Uzi gun, two cartridges and 95 rounds of 9mm bullets, one piece of armor jacket. He also brought one mobile phone and is currently being transported to the liberated area.
Similarly, Inle People’s Defence Force (IPDF) in Shan State has announced that two communication corp soldiers of the terrorist army have entered the legal fold in Inlay area.
In October, the 1009th battalion of the Inle People’s Defence Forces was assigned the two communication corp soldiers as CDM, so they are connected with the people’s embrace team and carried out necessity things.
IPDF urged the staff of the junta council in the Inle region to join CDM. If it is difficult to do CDM due to various reasons, they can carry out as revolutionary informers and do supporting activities. IPDF also announced that if junta council troops, Inlay Pyu Saw Htee troops and the PNO militias surrender to them together with weapons, they will be rewarded according to the weapons and communication devices they brought.