Ye Township, on the border of Mon State and Tanintharyi Division, is a place where revolutionary groups are strong in lower Burma. In that place, although there are revolutionary groups in areas such as Pulaw, Taninthari, they are still not as strong as Ye Township. Now, the gates have been opened on the Union Highway near Ye, which leads to the southern tip of Myanmar, and it is now possible to check the members of the military council. A few miles away from those gates, there were military council battalions, but they did not dare to come and attack. The military council is no longer able to control the territory, and the revolutionary groups are starting to fall. That Union Road is the only land road that can reach the southern tip of Myanmar. If we can control that road, we will automatically control the lower areas of Taninthari. The military council will not let this go like this, but will increase its strength and take back control of the main road. At that time, if they can resist the offensive successfully, the revolutionary groups in the lower part of Myanmar may gain an advantage.