General Zaw Min Tun, spokesman for the military coup d’état, urged the people to serve with pride and joy in the current situation in Myanmar. General Zaw Min Tun is urging this through the media controlled by the terrorist Military Council.
“Today, at this time, according to the current situation in our country, it is necessary to implement the militia strategy including the national military service, which includes all the people. That is why we are doing these things,” said General Zaw Min Tun, spokesperson of the Military Council.
General Zaw Min Tun, spokesman for the coup Military Council, said that all people should join the army and serve the militia service law with pride and joy in order to strategically deter rival enemies. Yesterday, after military leader Min Aung Hlaing’s announcement of the activation of the Militia Conscription Law came out, he spoke about this conscription law through the military council’s propaganda media.
“By enacting the National Military Conscription Law, we will be able to demonstrate our country’s defense strength and our people’s defense and security skills. By demonstrating this, if the rival enemies lose their desire to fight and compete with war, the deterrence strategy will be successful. The deterrence strategy will be successful without war. We will have the ability to prevent war,” said Zaw Min Tun.
He also said that according to the 2008 Constitution, every citizen must serve in the military. He further said that organizing the military, which calls the people to serve in the military, must be carried out with the sole aim of military duty. Three years after the military coup d’état in Myanmar, the militia law was activated, and it is reported that the work guidelines and orders necessary to continue this process will continue to be issued.
Since the end of 2023, fierce fighting between the coup military council army and the ethnic resistance forces has broken out across the country, and the military council army has lost many battalions and camps, and troops have fled en masse.