YANGON, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar's investigation commission on armed attacks in Rakhine state has postponed date for releasing overall report, which was originally assigned to report to the president on Tuesday, announced Myanmar's President Office.
The date was postponed as the new acquisitions concerned with human right abuses are appearing in Rakhine state.
The report will be released when the investigation process is completely accomplished.
Three border outposts in Maungdaw, Rakhine state were under violent attack by armed men on Oct. 9 last year in which nine policemen and five soldiers were killed. A dusk-to-dawn curfew has been imposed in Maungtaw since Oct. 10.
Following the incident, the government formed a 13-member investigation commission, led by Vice President U Myint Swe, to probe into the background of the Oct. 9 violent attack.
Tasked to formally report to the president by Jan. 31, the commission released an interim report on Jan. 4, exposing that the armed attacks in Maungdaw were conducted by Havid Tuhar-led Aqa Mul Mujahidin linked with Rohingya Solidarity Organization (RSO) operating in the region.
The commission members visited Maungtaw in December last year and this January for two rounds of field trip, inspecting the attacked villages and security camps.