The internally displaced persons from Kachin state are stuck on a road in a conflict zone.
The assailants are still at large, and a motive for the attack is unknown.
Their next court hearing will be held on Jan. 13.
The national-level group continues its investigation of recent violence in the region.
Bangladesh has been critical of the influx of Muslims who have poured over its border to escape violence in northern Rakhine state.
The group says it found insufficient evidence of rape in the wake of violence in the region.
They are questioning him along with two other men in the apparent murder of Eleven Media journalist Soe Moe Tun.
The government says “fabricated” media stories and photos about the treatment of Rohingya Muslims have sparked global criticism.
The home affairs minister says the country will not accept a ‘food flotilla’ with rice and other supplies for residents of the violence-ravaged state.
Dhaka also lodges diplomatic protest over alleged shooting of fishermen by a trawler from Myanmar.
Sirazuhut from Wet Kyein village had been working with local authorities on regional development activities.
Two local lawmakers are evacuating residents whose safety is threatened by clashes between government soldiers and an ethnic armed group.
Some state legislators say the term of the investigation commission responsible for the report should be extended.
Clashes between the government military and ethnic armed groups are driving up the number of displaced people in the region.
The assailants who carried out the attacks exploited security weaknesses at the stations, commission chairman says.
Eight others have been injured during the clashes in northern Shan state’s Kyaukme township.
Shuna Mya from Ngakhura village turns up dead after talking to reporters who visited the violence-ravaged township in Rakhine state.