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Revolutionary Group Captures Kawt Bein Police Station, Seizing Weapons and Ammunition

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According to the New Mon State Party (Anti-Military Dictatorship), the Kawt Bein Village Police Station in Kawkareik Township, Karen State, was attacked and captured by joint revolutionary forces, resulting in the seizure of weapons and ammunition.

The police station in Kawt Bein village came under attack by joint revolutionary forces on the morning of March 24th, with the military junta forces in the camp surrendering in the afternoon of March 25th.

Spokesperson Nai Banyar Mon of the New Mon State Party (Anti-Military Dictatorship) confirmed to the Independent Mon News Agency that the Kawt Bein police station had been fully captured by the Joint Revolutionary Forces, with weapons seized.

“We have taken control of the police station, and it is confirmed that the military junta has surrendered. Currently, we do not know exactly how many surrendered, but we have seized 10 guns,” said Nai Banyar Mon.

Despite the capture of the police station by the joint revolutionary forces, local residents report ongoing air attacks by the military junta and mortar shelling by the navy.

During the assault on the Kawt Bein police station, two local residents were injured, and damage was inflicted upon a monastery, a nunnery, and several houses.

The attack on the Kawt Bein police station was carried out by the New Mon State Party (Anti-Military Dictatorship), Mon Liberation Army (MLA), Tiger White Column, and Garuda Column Joint Group.

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