Tar Bone Kyaw
Tar Bone Kyaw (Burmese: တာဘုန်းကျော်) is a senior Ta'ang (Palaung) military and political leader in Shan State, Myanmar (Burma). He is currently the secretary general of the Palaung State Liberation Front (PSLF), and the second-in-command of its armed wing, the Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA).
Tar Bone Kyaw
|Allegiance||Ta'ang National Liberation Army|
|Years of service||January 1992– present|
|Battles/wars||Internal conflict in Myanmar|
Tar Bone Kyaw served in the Palaung State Liberation Organization/Army (PSLO/A) until they signed a ceasefire agreement with the government in 1991. After the PSLO/A disbanded, Tar Bone Kyaw, together with another Ta'ang leader, Tar Aik Bong, founded the TNLA alongside the PSLF to continue fighting for the self-determination of the Ta'ang people.
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- "Clashes between Gov't troops and TNLA continue". Mon News Agency. 21 September 2015. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
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