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THE NEW LIGHT OF MYANMAR Saturday, 18 June, 2011

Tatmadaw columns inevitably counterattack
KIA troops for their threats and armed attacks

Government opens the door of peace to welcome those who
are holding different views if they wish to cooperate with the
government in mutually concerned cases for the
interests of the nation and the people and run for election in
compliance with democratic practices to justly gain power

Tatmadaw counterattacks on KIA just to protect its
members, nation’s important hydropower project without
even a single intention of aggression or oppression

NAY PYI TAW, 17 June—KIA based in Kachin
State is committing deterrence to development projects
of Kachin State, disturbing to the tasks, posing threats
and disturbance to Chinese staff who are working at
hydropower projects. On 16 April, they made threats
to stop quarry works on the east bank of the Malikha
River and take their permission to continue the works.
On 5 May, KIA entered Lahsa Hydropower
Project on the east bank of the Malikha River and
threatened Chinese staff to move to the west bank of
the river within two days and to withdraw the extended
camps from the east bank as quickly as possible.
In the afternoon of 8 June, KIA group called and
examined a member of Tatmadaw security unit which
was discharging security duty at Tarpein Hydropower
Project in Kachin State and seized a rucksack with
rounds of ammunition. In that regard, two Tatmadaw
officers went to KIA camp to settle the issue. But they
were detained by KIA without any reason.
While a military column led by the Base Tactical
Operation Commander was marching to Tarpein
Hydropower Project from Bhamo, KIA troops taking
positions at Hsankha Camp of KIA Liaison Office and
at Htonbo on the hill at the entrance to Tarpein
Hydropower Project opened fires at the column. After
responding to the gun fires the Tatmadaw column on 9
June took back the two Tatmadaw officers detained by
KIA.
Photo taken on 16 June,
2011 shows a cave where
rock paintings are
discovered in Ergune,
north China’s Inner
Mongolian Autonomous
Region. Three rock
paintings believed to date
back to the ancient times
were found in a cave
here Thursday.
XINHUA

18-6-2011 NL

Although the Tatmadaw column informed KIA
to withdrawl from its temporary camp near Tarpein
Hydropower Project not later than 11 June, KIA did
not follow. The Tatmadaw column inevitably attacked
and occupied the temporary camp on 12 June evening.
On 8 June, members of KIA unreasonably
captured a police private and a civilian from the
guardhouse of Microwave Station near Keikhteik
Village, Mansi township, Bhamo District.
Though responsible police force negotiated for
their release, KIA did not release them. But, they freed
the detainees only when the Tatmadaw column
demanded the release on 12 June.
Tarpein Hydelpower Project is the joint venture
project of the Ministry of Electric Power No. 1 and
Datang (Yunnan) United Hydropower Developing
(DUHD) Company of China. The project is an
important one and the two sides have invested heavily
in the project.
As KIA members disturbed and threatened
Chinese experts and employees assigned to the project,
authorities warned them not to cause hindrances to
the project.
But the KIA did, not pay heed to the warning,
instead it launched heavy weapon fire at the project
from its Dunbon Outpost, made the route linking
Tarpain Hydel Power Project unsafe and blew up
pylons carrying cables connecting the project and

Explosion in central
Israel kills three

JERUSALEM, 17 June—
At least three people were
killed late Thursday night
by an explosion in the
central Israeli City of
Netanya, local source told
Xinhua.
The strong blast at a

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building also wounded
more than ten people and
trapped dozens. Security
forces and rescue service
have arrived at the scene
to evacuate the residents.
The cause for the
explosion was still
unclear. Officials quoted
the possibility of a gas
leak and said the blast was
not likely a bomb attack.
Meanwhile, police
was searching for a car
and two people who were
seen leaving the scene
shortly after the explosion,
according to the local Ynet
news service.—Xinhua

Bhamo District.
Due to their threats, altogether 215 Chinese
employees assigned to the project went back to China
from 9 to 14 June. Fifty Chinese employees left the
project on 9 June, 84 on 12 June, 53 on 13 June and 28
on 14 June respectively. The project which is equipped
with four 60-MHz generators ceased to operate as from
14 June, causing a great loss to the State and the people.
Tatmadaw columns had to inevitably attack the
KIA just to rescue its officers detained by the KIA
without any reason and to protect high-cost Tarpein
Hydropower Project, which can largely benefit the region
as well as the nation. In response to the attack of the
Tatmadaw, KIA blew up nine bailey bridges, 10 RC type
bridges, four concrete bridges, two wooden bridges,
altogether 25 bridges, which are of importance in
transportation of Kachin State, from 14 to 16 June. Such
destructive acts of KIA severely harm interests of the
region and the nation, destabilizing tranquility of local
people and seriously damaging transport facilities.
Concerning national reconsolidation, there are
still personalities and organizations at home and abroad
and underground organizations that are unwilling to
acknowledge the seven-step Road Map and the
constitution. Nevertheless, they should bear in mind
that they are also Myanmar and should hold the concept
that Myanmar is their motherland and the incumbent
government is their own government constituted with
own national races at different levels.
Chapter (12) of the constitution stated that
constitution can be amended in accordance with the
procedures. However, no one, on the pretext of this,
should degrade the image of their country in
international community as well as causing harm to
people of own race.
The government has publicly annoinced that it
would open the door of peace to welcome those who
are holding different views if they wish to cooperate
with the government in mutually concerned cases for
the interests of the nation and the people and run for
election in compliance with democratic practices to
justly gain power. KIA nowadays needs to realize the
actual attitude of the State.
The only objective of the Tatmadaw in launching
attacks on KIA is just to protect its members and an
important hydropower project of the nation without even
a single intention of aggression or oppression.—MNA

Photo taken on 5 Nov, 2010 shows an electric vehicle made by BYD
Company Limited, at the 25th World Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric
Vehicle Symposium & Exposition in Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong
Province. The auto exhibition opened here Friday, showing some 220 electric
and hybrid vehicles, made by over 60 carmakers worldwide. China’s domestic
carmakers play an important role in the expo.
XINHUA

10/17/18, 12:42 AM

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