Shells fired by AA in collaboration with ARSA Bengali extremist terrorist group at security police outposts near Myanmar-Bangladesh border land on Bangladesh soil
The State Administration Council has adopted the five-point Roadmap and nine Objectives for national development. In addition, SAC has been inviting all EAOs for free and cordial peace talks in its endeavor to achieve perpetual peace. But AA on the other hand, has ignored the peace overtures, and is attacking border police force outposts near the Myanmar-Bangladesh border with superior force.
AA in collaboration with ARSA Bengali extremist terrorist group launched a heavy and small weapon fire at Taungbyo (left) police outpost that was conducting security duty near border post, BP-31, at Myanmar-Bangladesh border from its north latitude 21 degrees 10 minutes 95.31 seconds and east longitude 92 degrees 12 minutes 16.06 seconds at 7.30 pm on 16 September. Three shells went beyond the outpost and border fence and landed on the Bangladesh side at north latitude 21 degrees 11 minutes 3.02 seconds and east longitude 92 degrees 10 minutes 20.91 seconds.
AA fired further rounds from the same launching site towards Taungbyo (right) police outposts near BP-34 border post at 8.10 am on 16 September and in early morning the next day. Three shells landed at Bangladesh side at north latitude 21 degrees 12 minutes 8.52 seconds and east longitude 92 degrees 11 minutes 54.19 seconds; two at north latitude 21 degrees 12 minutes 0.37 seconds and east longitude 92 degrees 11 minutes 54.75 seconds; one shell at north latitude 21 degrees 12 minutes 8.53 seconds and east longitude 92 degrees 11 minutes 56.10 seconds; and three shells at north latitude 21 degrees 12 minutes 24.80 seconds and east longitude 92 degrees 11 minutes 56.01 seconds.
At the time when the government is making all-round efforts for perpetual peace, AA in collaboration with ARSA Bengali extremist terrorist group attacked the border police members discharging duties for peace, stability and security of border areas from the place near Myanmar-Bangladesh border fence.
AA is launching the attack with the intention of destroying friendship between the two neighbours.
Some people near the border in Bangladesh were wounded by the heavy weapon attack.
AA with the intention of destroying peace and stability at the border also conducted ambush attacks against police forces and cut off or blocked communication routes. It launched a surprise attack against a police outpost near BP-40 on 31 August morning.
The outpost had to be abandoned and some border police members were wounded.
As regards the matter, a letter of notice was sent to No 34 Bangladesh border force in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, through a unit of Myanmar border police force. Likewise, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already sent a letter of notice to the relevant body in accord with the procedures.