Sometimes 40 Kyats, sometimes 1, Kyats. It costs Kyat to avoid one hour shift, and villagers are also punished if they are not seen at their post during the shift. In addition, the villagers face constant demands for various kinds of forced labour, which usually require them to send one person per household. To make it worse, the local quota collection officials are extremely corrupt and the Army demands additional quotas from some farmers. They look after each other this way. Recently they have expanded their operations northward into Tantabin township of southern Toungoo District, and they have also begun searching for people on the western side of the Sittaung River. As for the boys, they shot them.

We started the work in early March [] and dug for the whole month. They said that the people from our village have radios and landmines. We sometimes had to go for 3 days, sometimes 2 days. Some villages have been attacked more than once. Whether our fields yield or not we must give them what they order. Thus, our village has to pay Kyats every three days. They also take whatever they like from small village shops without paying, and demand that the villagers weave or buy fancy traditional clothing for them. One typical example occurred in Yan Myo Aung relocation site in November

He was forced onto his hands and knees and then was kicked until he vomited blood.

We ran and stayed in the jungle. The District is divided into three townships: They are killing all the villagers who have had contact with the KNU since it was formed, including Burmans.

When each of them got married, the villagers had to give them money for gifts and money for pigs. They never waste their money on you. We had to go and carry dirt. The young woman who refused him no longer dares to live in the village. Their testimonies have been augmented by incident reports gathered by KHRG human rights researchers in the region. We now have nothing. That was a time of many troubles for the villagers.

Some SPDC troops are confiscating land and ordering local villagers to grow crops for them; some of these crops are used to feed the Army and some are sold in the market for the cash profit of the military officers. They burned them without any reason.


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She spoke bravely to the soldiers so they got angry at her and cut off her mouth. Moreover, each family had to send a person for three days for bridge construction. These fees are given various names such as porter fees, sentry fees, pagoda fees, road fees, and development fees, but the names are simply invented by the officers as an excuse to extort money.

In order to make it impossible for the villagers to survive or to support the resistance, the SPDC columns are also systematically trying to destroy their food supplies. When Saw Aye and Po Theh Pyay got to them, they ordered them to raise their hands nsw then they shot them dead. They continued shooting for about another half an hour.

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They do not establish their own camps, but stay in the houses of villagers along their way. People dare not open a school to teach the villagers. Peeh saw them kill him outside of the village. Their father told KHRG that he and his wife had 10 children but only four are now left – two have been shot dead by the SPDC, and four others have died of illnesses when they have had to flee SPDC columns and hide in the forest.

The most notorious case of this involved Bo Shan Bpu in Mone township.

We had to take three pictures: Those people were keeping some rice in their fishpond hut because they were staying there and needed to eat.

Sometimes SPDC troops arrest villagers and accuse them of working with the resistance peu so they can demand money from the other people of the village to secure their release. They also ate the pigs and chickens and destroyed 2 paddy storage barns in the village that belonged to Uncle W and S The columns usually target a specific group of 5 or more villages, which they shell without warning.

After the soldiers told us that, no one carried medicine anymore so no one was killed for that reason.

After killing the dogs that bark at them they beat their owners. We had told a friend in Ler Doh [about the work] and he told us that he could arrange a machine for us but it would cost money. Ter Bpaw and Po Thaung Su villages in Mone township paidKyat each to avoid being forced to move several years ago but could not pay again, so they were forced to move to Thit Cha Seik.


It was very hard to live. Villagers throughout the district state that most families now have to pay out 2, to 3, Kyat per month for the combination of regular fees and fees to avoid forced labour. We had to eat rice in the early morning in our house and could only eat again when we returned in the evening. The length of this road is 30 to 35 kilometres, and forced labour on it has been intensive because they are in a rush to complete it.

Our bullock carts and cattle are all gone. They were not paid. All were beaten, interrogated, and threatened with knives and other weapons, and at least two women were raped, aged 51 and Those who have nothing are arrested and forced to porter and they beat them.

As punishment, they fired shells into Ler Wah village. Many of those who have been forced to do this labour are non-Buddhists, primarily Christians and Animists.


She is a teacher and she is Burmese, not Karen. Some villages have been attacked more than once. In our village they showed movies on two nights so we had to pay Haw each. The village sent males and females between 12 years and 60 years old. It was rainy season and water was everywhere.

For my field west of the car road, the government gives me some money, Kyats per moviie. Naw H, a year-old woman who had been repeatedly raped, was not released but instead was handed over to LIBtaken off and imprisoned in Shwegyin town.