AA chief urges Arakanese not to buy military company products, including houses from Shwe Yati beach project

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News from Narinjara, 21 May 2022
Major Aye Tun (alias Tun Min Naing), a senior member of the Arakan Army (AA), warned by his social media posts to boycott the military council products and not to buy houses from the Shwe Yati beach project in Gwa township of Rakhine State. He posted it on May 17 on his Facebook
space.
Houses for sale in the Shwe Yati beach project have been confiscated during the tenure of the SLORC, SPDC and later semi-democratic regimes plundered the earth. They also tried to sell the land as they were about to withdraw from Rakhine due to socio-political situation
instabilities.
The leader of AA, who is also the brother of the Commander-in-Chief of AA General Tun Myat Naing, asserted that the ULA/AA has a responsibility to investigate issue and return the land area to the Arakanese people who are the real owners.
It is worth mentioning that the Shwe Yati Beach New Town Project with Area A alone covers 14 acres and Zone C covers over 30 acres of land.
The new city project should include a hotel, swimming pool, gymnasium, library, restaurant as well as other leisure facilities. Plots will be sold ranging from kyat 260 to 1,600 lakh.

“Remember that the land belonged to the Rakhine people and the land has been illegally confiscated by the military authority,” said his post adding that large tracts of land along the Rakhine coast have been purchased by the authority and these lands are sold in bulk.
“The Burmese people should be politically enlightened. Now that ULA/ AA remains in power in Rakhine State, the buddies sell their plots of land for fear of losing their influence. burmese people shouldn’t buy those. We don’t want you to lose your money,” said the
Publish.
Major Aye Tun urged the Rakhine people not to use any product made by army-owned companythere. He argued that the military council disrupted the flow of essential items to Rakhine State and eventually causing the Rakhine people to starve.
“The Rakhine people have a responsibility not to use military company some products. We have a responsibility to fight back against military authority who plots plots against our people. So don’t use Mytel, military products including alcohol, beer, etc. “, said the leader in the social media space.

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