MYANMAR STATE CHIEF MINISTER’S CONVOY ATTACKED WITH MINES, NO CASUALTIES

YANGON, Myanmar, A convoy of Myanmar’s Rakhine State Chief Minister, U Nyi Pu, has been attacked with remotely controlled mines, on Yangon-Sittway road, but with no casualties, it was reported, on Wednesday.

Three remote-controlled improvised explosive devices, went off simultaneously, as U Nyi Pu and his convoy reached the pavement of a bridge, between Nanka and Paungtote villages, near Mrauk U, on the Yangon-Sittway highway, on Tuesday, at about 4:30 p.m. local time.

No one was hurt from the explosion, but a windshield of a car of the convoy, and a side glass of another car, were shattered, the report said.

Source: NAM News Network