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The junta regime refuses to give medical treatment for over 100 injured in the Hpakant air strike; Myanmar

After the bombing over the A Nang Pa which killed over 80 and injured more than 100, the junta regime's security forces are blocking cars and vans transporting those injured at the air strike to Hpakant and Myikyina for medical treatment in Ginsi village.

(Chindwin): A new report has emerged that the junta regime’s security forces are prohibiting more than 100 of those injured in the A Nang Pa air strike from urgently having medical treatment at the entry gate of Ginsi village in the northern state of Myanmar.

The A Nang Pa village is the territory of Brigade 9 of the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), and the inhumane airstrike last night has left more than 60 people killed and more than 100 critically injured.

The junta army sent two fighter jets and carried out the air strike aiming for the 62nd Anniversary ceremony of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) at about 8:00 pm last night.

Those injured by the air strike are currently being sent to Myitkyina and Hpakant, but the junta security forces are prohibiting them at the gate of Ginsi village, local Kachin media reported.


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