Myanmar Coup Chaos,Violence

China said in UN human rights meeting Myanmar crisis against junta for democracy is our internal affair. Behind the scene they help junta with Chinese troops sent in Myanmar from 14th Feb during disconnecting. Both violating human rights.

EU reiterates its call for the immediate release of all those detained during and since the military coup in #Myanmar, including foreign nationals. #MyanmarCoup@DanishMFA

Myanmar military has total 426 political dissidents including Aung San Suu Kyi were detained until February 15 after military coup in Myanmar

Myanmar’s military and police must ensure the right of peaceful assembly is fully respected & demonstrators are not subjected to reprisals. The @UN stands with the people of Myanmar in their pursuit of democracy, peace, human rights and the rule of law.

UN Human Rights Council deplores the removal of the elected government and calls for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and other arbitrarily detained persons.

U.N. Special Envoy Christine Schraner Burgener spoke on Monday to the deputy head of the junta in what has become a rare channel of communication between Myanmar’s army and the outside world.

“Ms Schraner Burgener has reinforced that the right of peaceful assembly must fully be respected and that demonstrators are not subjected to reprisals,” U.N. spokesman Farhan Haq said at the United Nations.

“She has conveyed to the Myanmar military that the world is watching closely, and any form of heavy-handed response is likely to have severe consequences.”

The Secretary-General is deeply concerned about the situation in Myanmar, including the increasing use of force and the reported deployment of additional armoured vehicles to major cities. He calls on Myanmar’s military and police to ensure the right of peaceful assembly is fully respected and demonstrators are not subjected to reprisals. Reports of continue violence, intimidation and harassment by security personnel are unacceptable.  
Ongoing arrests of political leaders, government officials, civil society actors and media representatives are deeply concerning as are the restrictions on internet and communication services. They must not be disrupted to ensure the right to freedom of expression, which includes access to information.  

The people of Myanmar need the justice. Unarmed civilians are being harassed by gunmen.

Myanmar People Peacefully protesting in front of U.S Embassy Rangoon and asking for help from UN, EU and US to end the Coup.

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Tuesday the bloc could impose fresh sanctions on Myanmar’s military over its seizure of power but warned any punishment should not hit the population.

“We are currently reviewing all our options,” Borrell told lawmakers at the European Parliament.

Borrell said one of the paths open to the bloc were “additional targeted sanctions on individuals and on business owned by the military”.

Australian Government is deeply concerned about reports of Australian and other foreign nationals being detained arbitrarily in Myanmar. 

We are providing consular assistance to a number of Australians in Myanmar. In particular, we have serious concerns about an Australian who has been detained at a police station.

We have called in the Myanmar Ambassador and registered the Australian Government’s deep concern about these events. 

The Australian Embassy in Yangon continues to contact Australians in Myanmar to ascertain their safety, to the extent that communications allow.

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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