Published by: Biswadip Dey | Posted: April 9, 2021 1:51 pm| Updated: April 9, 2021 2:59 pm
News Daily Digital Desk: Death march continues in Myanmar. In the last two days, 23 democrats have died. 20 people were injured in the army firing. Although the nature of the movement has changed. Protesters stand up against the one-sided shooting of Junta. They also fired counter guns and bombs. But no soldiers were killed in the attack. The death toll from the Juntar shootings has risen to 700 since last February.
The situation in Myanmar has worsened since the army killed 114 people in a single day a few days ago. Since then, the nature of the civil war has become clear there. Guerrilla forces in remote areas of Myanmar have begun covert resistance against the army. 20 or more armed guerrillas have roared against Junta’s behavior. Anti-military groups made up of exiled members of Myanmar’s parliament are also ready to help the guerrillas. Meanwhile, Junta was seen launching air strikes on guerrilla villages to control the situation.
[আরও পড়ুন: লন্ডনে দূতাবাস দখল সেনার, বের করে দেওয়া হল মায়ানমারের রাষ্ট্রদূতকে]
In a similar situation, eight army trucks crashed into Myanmar’s Taj city on Thursday. Protesters also retaliated. Five more army trucks were sent there to handle them. Indiscriminate firing continues. Earlier on Wednesday, 11 pro-democracy activists were killed in a similar firing in the city.
It is to be noted that on February 1, the Myanmar army suddenly took control of the country. The general public of the country took to the streets in protest of the coup or military coup. Somewhere they are protesting, somewhere they are peaceful. Thousands marched on the streets of almost every major city, from the capital, Naipao, to Yangon. And Junta fired indiscriminately to stop them. So far the death toll has crossed 600. Although the whole world is vocal in condemnation, the army of Myanmar is indifferent.
[আরও পড়ুন: মহিলা হওয়ায় চেয়ার পেলেন না ইউরোপীয় কমিশনের সভাপতি! তুঙ্গে বিতর্ক]
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