The Military Council
- The junta leader Min Aung Hlaing said that electricity was essential for regional productivity and industrial development. Therefore, it was necessary to produce electricity from natural resources in the region.
- During his trip in Shan State, the junta leader said again that edible oil and fuel oil, worth billions, had to be imported every year. Therefore, it was necessary to implement electricity-based transportation such as electric vehicles and subway trains so that oil consumption could be reduced.
- The junta leader persuaded local residents that a Lashio-based agriculture and livestock institution or college would be established.
- According to the junta media, the junta leader met with Lashio-based armed forces and explained his reasons for seizing power as well as activities for the development of the country.
The National Unity Government (NUG)
- U Yi Mon, Minister of Defence- NUG, said that the main strategy in People’s Defensive War would be guerrilla attacks. However, there would also be areas where heavy fighting could take place.
- CRPH announced that the 2021 Union Taxation Law was adopted with tax rates that would be relevant to the current situation and which would not be burdensome for the public, for the victory of the Spring Revolution.
- On social media, U Yi Mon, Minister of Defence- NUG, wrote that there were a lot of villages under the influence of PDFs. Therefore, the next step of the revolution would come soon.
- In Thaketa Township of Yangon Region, a trishaw driver, allegedly an informer to the junta, was shot dead on Monday afternoon.
- In Insein Township, Soe Thein, 100-household leader of Thayettaw Ward, was shot dead on the spot at about 8:00 pm Sunday.
- In Kawmu Township, Kyaw Lwin Oo, administrator of Phayani village, was shot dead on Sunday afternoon.
- As 224-day protest, Mandalay Monks’ Union marched for the downfall of the military dictatorship on Monday afternoon, chanting anti-junta slogans.
- Amidst heavy rain in Mandalay, a rally of LGBT marched against the military dictatorship on Monday morning.
- In Sagaing Region, a rally of Salingyi North expressed their desire for the end of the military dictatorship on Monday morning.
- In Monywa-Amyint rural community, a rally of women protested against the military dictatorship on Monday morning.
- In Tantsi Township, San Win and his family, allegedly junta informers in Kabaung village, were shot by a group of unknown men on Sunday evening. Reportedly, 5 family members, including San Win, died.
- On Monday, a combined rally of various villages from Salingyi and Yinmabin, led by women, expressed their objection to the military dictatorship.
- In Kalay Township, a rally led by women marched against the military dictatorship on Monday.
- In Monywa, a rally of women expressed their disapproval of the military dictatorship on Monday morning, chanting anti-junta slogans.
- In Paung Township of Mon State, youth and students marched for the downfall of the military dictatorship on Monday.
- In Yay Township, YSDF conducted a bomb attack at the inspection camp of the junta army near Yay river-crossing bridge (Chaungtaung) at about 2:50 pm Monday. Reportedly, two junta soldiers were injured.
- As the junta army made fire ammunitions for no apparent reason in Tantalan of Chin State, the townspeople ran away to the border area with India. According to local sources, there were just a few people left in town on Monday.
- In Lewe Township of Nay Pyi Taw, local PDF threw a grenade at the junta police booth near Inbu traffic lights at about 10:00 am Monday.
- In Yesagyo Township of Magwe Region, Min Kant, Pyusawti leader in Mautaung village, was killed by the group of Bad Guys with Good Hearts on Sunday night.
- In Myaing Township, local residents of southern villages made a motorbike protest against the military dictatorship on Monday morning.
- In Pakkoku, Be-Oo, junta-appointed 100-household leader, was shot dead at Shwe Kit Oo tea-shop at about 10:15 am Sunday.
- In Dawei Township of Taninthayi Region, a rally of women marched against the military dictatorship on Monday morning.
- On Monday, a rally of Southern Dawei expressed their desire against the military dictatorship.
- In Kyaukdaga Township of Bago Region, the junta armed forces opened gunfire for no apparent reason, threatening to arrest local residents of Sanwinmyaung village and Nyaunggone village.
- In Moenyo Township, some people shot at the house of Tin Soe, junta-appointed administrator of Kyoegone village, on 15th September. According to local residents, the junta armed forces arrested a villager and killed him.
- In Thandaunggyi Township of Kayin State, Wunna, allegedly junta informer and pro-military man, was shot dead on the road at about 6:00 pm Saturday.
- In Muse Township of Shan North, the junta armed forces raided the houses of IDPs in Kaungsati village on Sunday and confiscated belongings.
Ethnic Armed Organizations
- According to KNU, there were 45 battles between the junta armed forces and KNDO Regiment (1) from 1st to 20th September. Reportedly, 35 junta soldiers died and 51 others were injured.
- According to KNLA sources, Captain Saw Kyawrain from KNLA died in the fighting against the junta army in Phapun Township on 16th September.
- In Dimawso Township of Kayah State (Karenni Area), there was a battle between the junta army and Karenni combined force near Konetha village on Monday afternoon. Reportedly, a member of KPDF lost his life and 4 others were injured. In addition, a villager was injured due to a mortar hit by the junta army.
Summary on 21st September
- To show as if the country was peaceful in their tenure, the junta leader Min Aung Hlaing made inspections throughout the country. On the other hand, the number of CDM police and soldiers increased as the trust within armed forces decreased.
- Amidst arrests in Mandalay, Sagaing and Dawei, there were public protests against the military dictatorship. As for Yangon, Mon, Nay Pyi Taw, Magwe and Sagaing, they had urban guerrilla attacks and clearance activities of junta-pillars.
- In Shan North, Kayah, Kayin, Chin and Sagaing, there were clashes between EAOs, local PDFs and the junta armed forces. The battles might become more severe as the NUG announced that they would take a step farther in the revolution.