- Apr 14 Sat 2012 17:32
Ceasefire groups beef up security United Wa State Army Ceasefire groups beef up security While the Burmese military have been instructing its militia 酒店兼職forces to expand, some ceasefire groups such as Shan State Army (SSA) North and the United Wa S 信用卡代償tate Army (UWSA) have also been beefy up their security after the May 10 referendum, according to informed sour 賣屋ces from central Shan State. By Hseng Khio Fah 8 September 2008Since early August, the Shan State Army (SSA) North’s First 室內設計Brigade has placed more security at its main base in Wanhai, Kehsi township.“There are a lot of Shan soldiers wearing red scarfs around the 花蓮民宿 village,” said a trader whose truck runs between Taunggyi and Monghsu. “Whenever we pass through the village, we have to show our IDcards at the gate and 找房子 obtain gate passes.”“Last week, the First Brigade Deputy Commander of the SSA-N, Lt-Col Khurh Tai was summoned by the Mongnawng-based Military Operations Command # 2 C 房屋二胎ommander to Taunggyi for discussion, according to an SSA source.“The SSA-N sent 8 trucks to provide security for Sao Khurh Tai,” There has been no information about what was di 情趣用品scussed however.Likewise, the National Democratic Alliance Army-Eastern Shan State (NDAA-ESS) and the UWSA have placed more troops in their security forces in Panghsang and Mongla. Trenches and bunkers are als 租房子o being built along the borders of their domains.Since August, regional commanders in Shan State have been making field troops to border towns and instructed their regular and militia units to increase their strengths. 房屋買賣 .