KITSAPA- Hand-made mines being planted by ARSA extremist terrorists are being found frequently in Maungdaw Township, Rakhine State.
According to the tip, the security members from Police Outpost in Thawunchaung village, found an old car-bomb at the Khwahsone village, Maungdaw Township, Rakhine State in the morning of February 6th and then they handed over the mine to the regional regiment.
Similarly, hand-made control mine was found in old Ohndaw village which was one of the Bengali villages in sothern Maungdaw Township in the morning of January 25th so also five mines were seized beside the farmland near Kyaukvandu village, southern Maungdaw Township, yesterday morning.
In the evening of December 31st, security force seized six mines and its related devices Myaukbaung(Bengali) village in northern Maungdaw Township. Moreover, 97 hand-made mines being buried under the ground were seized in Kyaukvandu Zeti village (Bengali) in the evening of December 5th.
It is reviewed that those mines were thrown by Bengali extremists who run away after doing terrorist attacks in Maungdaw Township.