Published by: Biswadip Dey | Posted: April 7, 2021 4:55 pm| Updated: April 7, 2021 7:18 pm
News Daily Digital: There is no name to stop the death procession in Myanmar. At least five people were killed in the army firing on Wednesday. Many injured. The death toll from the shootings has risen to 580 since protests erupted after Junta left power in February. The storm of condemnation is all over the world. But it became clear once again on Wednesday that there is no holdol in it.
Democrats marched in the northwestern city of Kel, Myanmar. They demanded that military rule be withdrawn from the country and that Aung San Suu Kyi’s government be re-elected. The Myanmar army started firing randomly towards the procession. At least 5 people were shot dead. Many were injured.
[আরও পড়ুন: ‘আমার দেশকে বাঁচান’, বিউটি কনটেস্টের মঞ্চেই মায়ানমারের মডেলের কাতর আর্তি]
Note that on February 1, the Myanmar army suddenly took control of the country. The masses of the country took to the streets in protest of the coup or military coup. Somewhere they are protesting, somewhere they are peaceful. Thousands of people have taken to the streets in protest of the military coup in almost every major city, from the capital Naypyidaw to Yangon. And Junta fired indiscriminately to stop them. The death toll has risen to nearly 600 so far. Although the whole world is vocal in condemnation, the army of Myanmar is indifferent.
Meanwhile, the possibility of civil war in Myanmar is increasing. Especially since last Saturday. The junta killed more than a hundred protesters that day. Since then, guerrilla forces in remote areas of Myanmar have begun covert resistance against the military. 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. To control the situation, the guerrillas have been seen launching air strikes on villages.
[আরও পড়ুন: ২০৩৬ পর্যন্ত রাশিয়ার প্রেসিডেন্ট থাকার পথ প্রশস্ত করতে নতুন বিলে সই পুতিনের]
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