Military bases have been set up in deep jungles and mountainous areas bordering Thailand. According to the British news agency Reuters. Besides men, women are also undergoing training in these camps.
Armed training is taking place in the deep jungles of the Karen province, bordering Thailand. The men, as well as the women of the country, have taken up arms to build resistance against the junta government.
Reuters reports that Myanmar’s military crackdown has forced people from different ethnic groups to join various armed groups. Every day, he travels by truck to the deep forest and joins the armed rebel group.
They say they have been displaced by military torture and are forced to take up arms. The rebels said they had no choice but to take up arms. Today we are forced to live in the forest. We want to make a revolution in Myanmar.
News agency Reuters contacted the Myanmar army about the armed training but declined to comment. Meanwhile, evidence has begun in an Argentine court case against the Myanmar government over allegations of genocide against the Rohingya.
Maung Tun Khin, a Rohingya rights activist, testified in the case on Thursday. The testimony of 6 cases filed in 2019 brought to light various atrocities against the Myanmar army, including human rights violations.