You are way off bro.We are not living in the 13th century bro. IRBM requires technical skills and money which the Burmese army lacks in.
The only option is to purchase it from China/Russia.
Medium ranged ballistic missiles are enough. Iran has hundreds of them and Iran's neighbours fears them for their missiles.
Why need anti drone electronic gun. Just use a 0.5mm gun and bring it down.Solved:
The anti-drone gun used by the Myanmar police was manufactured by Singapore-based TRD.
https://archive.is/THSJp/a4f9f7cdce9b8c7ef8b72e2b2b7a138a2f2aed9d.jpg ; https://archive.is/THSJp/59b79e4a52868409883d9d464031c7d4468a281c/scr.png ; https://web.archive.org/web/20210219231753/https://twitter.com/kyaw_aung1/status/1362236277056294913 ; https://web.archive.org/web/20210219231731/https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EueirEwWgAMzWx_?format=jpg&name=900x900 ; https://archive.vn/YVbMS
▲ 1. The anti-drone gun used by the Myanmar police was manufactured by Singapore-based TRD. 17 Feb 2021.
Anti aircraft guns were deployed in Kyaikkasan since 1990s and nothing new.I saw posts about AA guns being spotted in Kyaikkasan stadium.
Not sure whether the pics are recycled but the background looks similar to Yangon judging from one of the building that looks like the central bank.
Man it is really devastating to see their family members all fled to Naypyitaw and Yangon is now treated like war zone.
I know the chances of foreign intervention is quite slim but if the pics are really from the Kyaikkasan stadium they must be preparing for something big.
Man this is sad.
Anti aircraft guns were deployed in Kyaikkasan since 1990s and nothing new.
As far as I am aware there are about 4/5 anti aircraft batteries deployed throughout Yangon including Kyaikkasan.
I also heard that there is a AA gun station between the Yangon Zoo and the nearby cemetery.