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Myanmar’s military sabotaging its own democracy after cooping on 1st Feb, here is what currently going in there

Myanmar is currently facing a lot of hoax. It seems like democracy is obsolete in there in a month. Till now, the military has killed many people who were protesting against the coop. Currently, if a Myanmar’s citizen is opposing the coup, the military is killing them in curtain of sedition. Moreover, somedays ago there was rumor that military will refer genocide if the people there continue protesting.

The situation Myanmar is heart warming. Even a person with heart of stone would cry after seeing pictures of military literally roaming in the Myanmar’s cities. People are being shot dead for protesting. Apparently on 1st Feb, Aung San Suu Kyi was detained and the democracy was dissolved in Myanmar.

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Amid the Myanmar’s Military coop, the UN Secretary Council was held in UK

In advance to it British Foreign secretary general, Dominic made a tweet that was targeting Myanmar’s military for sabotaging their own citizens.

Moreover, there were news of people being tortured and killed for protesting against the coop. UN special Rapporteur Tom Andrews issued a report on this. He said that every day military junta reveals the layer of barbarian inside them. Amid the Friday Council, he urged the members to look up for the situation. Moreover, he also kept a demand to look after the crimes committed by the Myanmar’s military.

Some of the fighter jets were seen flying over the city of Mandalay

Certainly, the military did this to showcase the power to people who are opposing military junta in Myanmar. Moreover, protest in Mandalay and North Oakkalapa district took the ugly face. The protestors were shot dead, again. Over 50 people were killed on Wednesday. IN addition, 89 people were badly injured. Nobody know what is currently going on in there.

Myanmar violence stirs outrage | World | The Journal Gazette
Credit: Hindustan Times

There was a news that nine university students of Law were imprisoned at Insein Prison. They are expected to be there for next 2 to 3 days.

Tanya Bhatnagar
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