The Burmese military which based in Pruso Township, Karenni State, demanded 500 bamboo poles from 5 villages to rebuild their camp’s fences on Jan. 10.
The LIB No. 531 demanded bamboos from Hta Le, Napre Le, Daw Pu Shay, Bu Khon and Law Plalyar which ordered to chop 100 poles of bamboo and the length of poles impose as 12 inches, the Karenni News Center said.
The Burmese troops on Jan. 14 was imposed the deadline for the demanding bamboo poles, which likely seem to be all in their military camp at that day. Meanwhile, the troops order villagers as volunteers for dividing bamboos poles and then fencing the camp.
Khu Dannian, a spoken person of the Karenni News Center said, “Burmese military used to rebuild their camp once a year, however the demanding on the villagers are more than they needed. To rebuild the camp is won’t fix all with these demanding bamboo poles, I think they bring back to their strong based camp in Pruso Township, if not selling to make money.”
On the first of January, also, the Burmese military IB No. 102, which based in Deemawso Township demanded bamboos and woods from Daw Tama and Htee Phoekaloe villages tracts when villagers were ordered chopping and bringing to the military camp by themselves.
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