JINGHPAW  LAIKA


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MADUNG  NPAWT

Laika Kanu

Ga Htai Laika

Sumrai Laika

Njang Kawng

Sinlum Bum

Putao

Pangwa

Lagwi Sawlaw

Myitkyina

Yangung

Myen Mung

Miwa Mung

Gala Mung

Yodaya Mung

Manau

J.W Hking

Nawku Jawng

Sumtsan nga Jinghpaw ni

Shanglawt

Hpaji Jarik

Ja Hta Pinra

Manam Gawk

Matut Mahkai

 

Jahta Pinra

 
 

Ga Shagawp Laika 11 : 14

Hpaji jaw chye ai nyan n-rawng yang, mung masha ni sum wa ma ai. Hpaji jaw chye ai ni law nga yang lawt pru shara nga ai.

 
 

 

 

Sawk  Tam  Gawk

Lahtaw Zau Seng

Born in 1928 in Kapna Bang Shau village near Hsenwi, northern Shan State, where his father, Balawng Du, was a Baptist pastor. Studied up to 7th standard in Hsenwi and served with the US-organized Detachment 101 as junior intelligence officer during World War II. Joined the 1st Kachin Rifles after the war and went underground with his commander, Naw Seng in 1949. Remained behind with Karen and Karenni reble in Burma when Naw Seng retreated to China in 1950.

Closedly connected with right-wing circle in Thailand in the 1950; attended meeting with the World Anti-Communist League in Saigon and Taiwan. Returned to Kachin State in 1958 to organized an uprising there; formed the Kachin Independence Army on 5 February 1961 together with his brothers Zau Tu and Zau Dan.

President of the Kachin Independence Organization and commander of the KIA. Returned to the Thai border in 1965 to set up a based at the Tam Ngob headquarter of the 3rd Kuomintang. Assassinated near Tam Ngob along with Zau Tu and KIO general secretary Pungshwi Zau Seng on 6 August 1975.