According to United Nations, at least 18 people have been killed among anti-coup protesters as the security forces in Myanmar used devastating violence.
Myanmar has become a combat field, which is not just a saying by the Buddhist majority but also the country’s on-ground truth.
The deaths are reported in Yangon, Dawei, Mandalay, Myeik, Bago and Pakokku because live bullets, stun grenades and tear gas fired into crowds. The military had laid off powers since February.
Security forces started this brutal crackdown on Saturday, followed by weeks of peaceful demurral against the military lay off.
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On Ground Circumstances:
Government leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, were brought down and retarded.
UN human rights are firmly criticizing the increasing brutality against peaceful demonstrators, as reports describe that 18 people are killed and near to 30 injured.
Patrons and Medical workers informed that at least four people had been killed in Yangon’s biggest city.
The demonstrators stayed resistant and said, “ If they force us, we will stand up for sure. Some said that the security forces began to shoot right after they arrived. They did not even warn the protesters that a few people got injured, which led to some people stowing away in their neighborhoods.
Some of the protesters drove away in police cars.
In the South-East part of Dawei, police also progressed to break terminate a rally. Live rounds were also used.
Social media recordings proclaimed that the protesters were running away as police charged, built temporary roadblocks and many were carried away covered in blood.
Police Execution was increased on Sunday as the coup chief seek to break up a never-ending civil misconduct campaign.
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Recordings also showed that protesters carried bloodied people to a safe place.
In Yangon, police used stun grenades to quash teachers’ protest, which caused the death of 23yr old woman.
Around 470 protesters were arrested from the protest on Saturday. Also, it is tough to determine the number of people who were detained on Sunday.
Aung San Suu Kyi Missing ??
The civilian head of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi is not seen in public since Saturday after she got retarted and detained in Nay Pyi Taw by the coup.
Many people, including her supporters and the international community, asked for her release and rebuilding of the previously held election results. Her solicitor is also refrained from meeting her. She is blamed for unlawfully bringing in walkie-talkies, also breaching a natural disaster law by violating coronavirus restrictions.
As per sources, the next court session will be held on Monday, and if the charges prove to be true, then she ‘will be refrained from standing in any of the future elections.
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Myanmar’s ambassador, Kyaw Moe Tun, tried to give the UN emotional advice to call for an international action to restore democracy and save the people on Friday. And on Saturday, MRTV announced that he had been dismissed from his post. The reason behind this was that he tried to misuse his power.
What does the World say about this?
A lot of countries castigates the execution of force against demonstrators, which includes Britain. Britain called it the brutal abhorrent. Someone from the Foreign Office said that it is very understandable that the violence needs to be stopped and must restore democracy at the earliest.
The US embassy said that this is really disheartening to see people losing lives in such a situation. Canada is horrified. All the 3 countries imposed sanctions.
The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, says clearly that they support the brave and fierce people of Burma. Every country should support them.
Indonesia conveyed cavernous concern. Indonesia is also making many efforts within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to help the country.
Activists are going on rallies across Asia, majorly in Thailand, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, to support Myanmar’s protest.
This brutality needs to be ended now. There is no time to wait and watch. We all need to support the protesters in Myanmar for a peaceful world.