ABSDF Central Investigation committee meets Former members
EMG 24.MAY 2013
Former members of All Burma Students’ Democratic Force (ABSDF), who went through horrible ordeal at the hands of the student army more than two decades ago, and the investigation commission formed by ABSDF Central met for the first time in Yangon on Wednesday morning.
Four members of the investigation commission and nine survivors who arrived from northern Myanmar attended the meeting and discussed for four hours. The commission told Eleven Media that no announcement would be released about the meeting.??
— BTW ABSDF NORTH GET NO TRAVEL PERMIT TO ATTEND THIS MEETING -
IN THIS VIDEO HE SAYS HE HAS DOCUMENTS, SO THAN SHOW US!!!
On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:54 PM, —————– wrote:
I’m sorry to say but I learned today from NDD that they will not give permission to access the ABSDF archives (for this particular ABSDF archive which is listed as a NDD collection permission from both NDD and ABSDF is needed)
I’m still waiting for a formal reply from ABSDF, but since you need permission from both, one negative answer is enough to deny you permission to the documents.
Regional Representative for Southeast Asia.
“The commission came to uncover the truth. There was a plan to release an announcement in May, but it wasn’t release due to many reasons. We need to keep in touch with those who have come back. Only then, we’ll be able to get some information. After getting the information, we’ll clearly know how we can cooperate,” said Ye Linn, one of the survivors who attended the meeting.
In 1991, ABSDF’s northern army tortured over 100 students over suspicions of working for the military intelligence in Parchaung region of Kachin State. Over 20 people have died due to inhumane tortures and their intentions to let them die. The army massacred 15 students on February 12, 1992.
The ABSDF incident in northern Myanmar gained public interest after its survivors started writing about it on Facebook and later published a book.
The ABSDF Central formed an investigation committee in January to investigate the truth.
Tin Tin Ma, mother of Tun Aung Kyaw and San San Aye, daughter of U Sein filed a lawsuit but the case was closed due to lack of strong evidence.