JINGHPAW  LAIKA


Jinghpaw Wunpawng Sha ni a matu manu dan dik ai Shanhpyi Laika

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

Mali Zup Zau Mai

 

Born in 1936 in Manhkring village near Myitkyina. Studied at the Baptist High School in Myitkyina; obtained a degree from Rangoon University in 1959. Joined the Kachin Independence Army in 1962. Participated in 1963 peace talk with the Rangoon government.

Commander of the KIA's 4th Brigade (northeastern Shan State) in 1972. Fought battles with Communist forces in the area until peace treaty was reached in 1976. Become vice Chairman of the Kachin Independence Organization in 1975 and chief of staff of the KIA in 1980.

Led the KIO delegation to hold peace talk with the military authorities in Myitkyina in September 1993. Leader of KIO until a coup by the reformist in February 2001 at the headquarter, Laisin. Charged with several treason cases and under house arrested at the KIO headquarter.