Aung San Suu Kyi Office raided

Dozens of police men and women joined the anti-coup protests in Kayah State, holding posters that read “We don’t want the dictatorship” and “We stand with the people”

Girl shot by police in Naypyitaw crackdown put on life support: doctor

Soldiers have raided a clinic in the Thabyay Kone area of Naypyitaw, where a group of doctors have been organizing protests as part of the nationwide civil disobedience movement.

Protesters burn an effigy of coup leader Min Aung Hlaing at a protest site near Sule Pagoda in downtown Yangon, as fury over last week’s overthrow of Myanmar’s newly elected government continues to grow

Aung San Suu Kyi’s party office raided, protests resume in Myanmar.

The office of the National League for Democracy headed by the ousted state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi was raided by the military authorities on Tuesday night. The military and police authorities broke into the headquarters of NLD in Yangon and a nearby regional office, reports AFP. The raid follows widespread demonstrations against the military government in Myanmar on Tuesday.

Protests have resumed in Mandalay, Yangon and several other regions of Myanmar on Wednesday morning. Students and workers demonstrated in Yangon region demanding the military to step down and release the political leaders detained after the military take over on Feb 1. Government employees also took part in demonstrations against the military government in the capital city Naypyitaw on Wednesday.

Earlier, on Tuesday, the UN in Myanmar had expressed strong concern at the use of force against the demonstrators in Myanmar. New Zealand announced that it is suspending all high level political and military contact with Myanmar. The US state department announced that it was reviewing assistance to ensure those responsible for the coup face ‘significant consequences’, reports Reuters.

On Tuesday,  four people were injured, one of them seriously, when police fired rubber bullets and water cannons against the protestors in Naypyitaw. The government claimed that four police officers were hurt and police vehicles damaged in Mandalay due to attacks by the protesters.

Buddhist monks are joining anti-coup protests in major cities of Mandalay and Yangon this morning on Wednesday

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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