After initially focusing on defensive operations, PDF groups and ethnic armed organizations are now actively targeting junta administration offices and military bases.
They were among at least 80 regime forces killed in Chin, Kachin and Karen states and Sagaing and Magwe regions, resistance groups said.
A bombing at a police post in Muse, which is home to military-backed militias, was followed by two shooting incidents; no one has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
They were accused of killing an informant and attacking regime targets in Yangon; more than 110 people have been condemned to die by junta courts.
PDF, Chin and Karenni armed groups took part in a number of ambushes and attacks against regime troops on Thursday and Friday.
The Kalay PDF, KNDF, Karen Army and CNDF reportedly inflicted heavy casualties on junta forces in firefights and mine ambushes on Monday.
Multiple military and police targets have been attacked and destroyed, and in some cases occupied, this week, the armed group said.
Pro-military individuals and militias, USDP members and ex-soldiers are among those receiving weapons and tactical training from the regime.
A number of People’s Defense Force members were also killed and many villagers fled their homes as clashes continued in Chin, Magwe, Sagaing and Kayah on Monday, Tuesday.
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Nearly 20 occasions on which military regime forces have used vehicles to ram peaceful protesters, including youths and monks, sometimes with deadly results.
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A naval base, police stations and a court building were among the regime targets attacked with remote-controlled bombs and other explosives as Min Aung Hlaing visited.
Civilian armed resistance groups staged 37 attacks against regime targets in Sagaing, Magwe, Tanintharyi and elsewhere on Sunday, the National Unity Government said.