Wen released after President Xi Jinping’s visit to Burma

After two days of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s two-day visit to Burma, the Arakan Army (AA) released the National Parliament’s representative from Paletwa constituency in Chin state for more than two months.

Win Tin was temporarily detained under certain conditions and was released safely on January 21 in a safe and secure area in Paletwa Township, Chin State.

The AA statement said, “There is now a mutual understanding between the Rakhine and the Khmers. “It is the release of those who have been living outside of their faith, because of their desire to rebuild their brotherhood and to have a desire to be reconciled through the long journey between us.”

Chin Development Affairs; U Soe Htwe, Minister of Electricity and Industry, said he had been sent back to Paletwa since AA had been sent to Wun village in Kyauktaw Township and Kyauktaw Township.

Win Tin, who has since been released. (Photo: Peter Lawilu)
Minister U Soe Htwe said: “Since yesterday, five of Win Win’s relatives have visited Wun village and met him (Wen Tan). At about 3 o’clock this afternoon, relatives from the village left the village and were on a boat and Paletwa along the Kaladan River, ”he told The Irrawaddy.

The civilian government made a request for the release of U Wirathu, but the detention was needed, but it was denied and released only after the visit of President Xi Jinping.

On 3 November, two interpreters and two interpreters from India, including U Win Tint, were the National Assembly representative. A total of 10 ski drivers are in Chin state. He was arrested by the AA on the way to Kyauktaw on two blocks from Paletwa Township.

One of the Indian nationals was killed during the arrest of the AA, and the rest were released in the morning of November 4, except for Win Tin.

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