16:53 Tensions heat up!Burmese monks throw in demonstrations and send water cannons to drive away



Police in Naypyidaw, the capital of Myanmar, dispatched water cannon vehicles to drive away the demonstrators earlier.  (European News Agency)

Police in Naypyidaw, the capital of Myanmar, dispatched water cannon vehicles to drive away the demonstrators earlier. (European News Agency)

2021/02/08 16:53

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]Myanmar entered the third day of national anti-military coup demonstrations today (8). The public appealed to all walks of life to participate in and support the civil disobedience movement (Civil disobedience). A large number of monks also joined the protest today. The police dispatched water cannon vehicles earlier to drive away the demonstrators.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, since last week’s coup d’état, there have been increasing calls for participation in and support for demonstrations in Myanmar. People have gone on strike throughout the country. The demonstrations continued for three consecutive days to protest the military government’s arrest of leader Aung San Suu Kyi ( Aung San Suu Kyi) and many senior leaders of the ruling party.

Aye Misan, a nurse at the government hospital, said that health and medical workers are leading the civil disobedience movement and called on all government workers to join. Mishan emphasized that the hope is conveyed to the public. This action is only to completely abolish the military regime. The Burmese must fight for their own destiny.

Including the capital Naypyidaw, Yangon, the largest city and other places, large-scale protests have occurred throughout Myanmar. The police in the capital Naypyidaw also fired water cannons at the demonstrators earlier. According to reports, after the demonstrators called the police, The authorities stopped firing water cannons, but demonstrations continued. So far, the protests across Myanmar have remained peaceful, and the military has not carried out bloody suppression.

A large number of monks also joined the demonstrations in Yangon, the second largest city Mandalay (also known as “Wacheng”) and other places today, raising “release leaders, respect voting results, and reject military coups.” Slogans such as “Save democracy” and “Reject dictatorship”. Days of demonstrations have become the biggest protest since the anti-junta “Saffron Revolution” initiated by the monks in 2007.

Burmese monks also participated in demonstrations in Yangon, Mandalay and other places today.  (Associated Press)

Burmese monks also participated in demonstrations in Yangon, Mandalay and other places today. (Associated Press)



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