The military council bombarded the CNF headquarters on the border of Chin State and India for two consecutive days. The army’s fighter jets used Indian air defenses for the airstrike, and one bomb landed on the other side of the border. The Indian side has remained silent on this issue so far. India is a great democracy, and regardless of its national dignity, it is giving undisclosed support to the military council. In other words, all of Myanmar’s neighboring countries are not on the side of the Burmese people.
After the bombing, NUG’s intermediate education schools were closed indefinitely for more than 90 days due to the threat of air traffic because of the military council’s reconnaissance planes flying over Tang Talan Township. The military council will not count the students or child of civilians. Since they are wild animals, schools have to be closed as a precaution.