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Tin Oo vice chairman of NLD released this evening under arrested nearly 7 years in prison and housed arrested.
Rangoon , Feb:13;

Vice Chairman of the NLD U Tin Oo (83 years old) was released under detaining nearly 7 years in prison and house arrested . U Tin Oo who had served as Commander-in-Chief of Burma Defense Services with the rank of General from 1964 to 1966 during General Ne Win period in Burmese Army and Vice chairman of NLD said what ever may be the cause, he would continue to fight for democratic cause under the leadership of detained Democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi.

( Reported by Saffron Reporter inside)

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