Announced that AA and ARSA artillery shells fell on the side of Bangladesh
On September 17th, the National Planning and Administration Council announced that AA and ARSA shells had landed on the Bangladesh side. The AA team joined forces with the ARSA team at around 7:30 p.m. on September 16th (7:30 p.m.).
The police outpost was heavily armed. It is said that they attacked with small arms. They attacked the police outpost and the border fence with heavy weapons and bullets
Beyond that, 3 artillery shells exploded on the side of Bangladesh. It is said Similarly, on September (16) at 8:00 (10) at night and on September (17) in the early morning, Myanmar-Bangladesh From the place where they first opened fire on the Daungrya police outpost near the border point of the two countries, they fired again with heavy weapons
It is said.
As a result of this attack, the ammunition went beyond the police post and the border fence and exploded on the Bangladesh side, a total of nine (9) ammunition.
It is said that this attack was done intentionally to destroy the friendship between the two neighboring countries. The statement also stated that some people near the border of Bangladesh were injured as a result of the explosion.
In addition, the AA group ambushed the Border Police, Blocking and cutting communication channels On the morning of August 31st, the Border Guard Police Station at Border Post No. BP-40 on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border was attacked with excessive force Released. Regarding the current situation, No. (34) Bangladesh in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
The border guard force has been notified through the Myanmar Border Guard Police Division. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also informed the concerned in accordance with the procedures. It is stated in the statement that the notices have been sent.
Reporter : CNA John Smith