|Minister of Home Affairs|
September 1946 – 19 July 1947
|Prime Minister||Aung San|
7 October 1897|
Htonbo, Pyay District, British Burma
|Died||19 July 1947
Yangon, British Burma
|Resting place||Martyrs' Mausoleum, Myanmar|
|Alma mater||University of Rangoon|
Thakin Mya (Burmese: သခင်မြ, pronounced: [θəkʰɪ̀ɴ mja̰]; 7 October 1897 – 19 July 1947) was a Burmese lawyer and politician who served as the Minister of Home Affairs and later transferred as Minister without Portfolio in Myanmar's pre-independence government. Mya and six other cabinet ministers (including Prime Minister Aung San) were assassinated on 19 July 1947 in Yangon. He was unofficially considered as Deputy Prime Minister in Aung San 's Cabinet. July 19 is commemorated each year as the Martyrs' Day in Myanmar.
The Thakin Mya Park in Yangon is named after Thakin Mya.
- Tin Naing Toe (18 July 2010). "Brief Biographies of the Martyrs". Bi-Weekly Eleven (in Burmese) (Weekly Eleven Publishing Group).