Myanmar coup: London embassy seized by army supporters, alleges ambassador | Sangbad Pratidin

Published by: Monishankar Choudhury | Posted: April 8, 2021 4:42 pm| Updated: April 8, 2021 4:42 pm

News Daily Digital Desk: Massive protests against military rule in Myanmar. This time the heat spread to foreign lands. Allegedly, Burmese diplomats supporting the military junta have occupied the Myanmar embassy in London. The ambassador appointed by the democratic government of Myanmar has been expelled by strangulation.

[আরও পড়ুন: মহিলা হওয়ায় চেয়ার পেলেন না ইউরোপীয় কমিশনের সভাপতি! তুঙ্গে বিতর্ক]

On Wednesday, Myanmar’s ambassador to Pakistan, Cao Zhao Min, said: “There has been a military coup at the embassy in London. Pro-Junter diplomats have taken over the building. I was kicked out of there. According to the officials, the directive came directly from the government. I appeal to the British government to resolve this issue. ” Ambassador Min also demanded the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, a leader who has spoken out against the military rule in Myanmar. From then on, he fell under the control of the army. The Tatmadao or Burmese military is seeking to appoint another pro-Zunta diplomat, Chit Qin, as its ambassador. The incident has caused a stir in the diplomatic circles of London.

Mentioned, the army took over the Myanmar government by removing the democratic government by alleging rigging in the February 1 elections. Top government officials, including Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi, were detained. Since then, there have been tumultuous protests demanding democracy in that country. The army has started a counter operation. So far, about 600 pro-democracy activists have lost their lives in the army firing. 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: করোনায় দৈনিক মৃত্যুতে বিশ্বরেকর্ড ব্রাজিলের! তবুও লকডাউনে নারাজ প্রেসিডেন্ট বলসোনারো]

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