Myanmar security forces brutally torture a young woman

The military blood game continues after the military coup in Myanmar. To suppress the protesters' voice, the army stops them; despite this, the phase of demonstrations

Myanmar security forces brutally torture a young woman
Myanmar security forces brutally torture a young woman

Myanmar: The military blood game continues after the military coup in Myanmar. To suppress the protesters’ voice, the army stops them; despite this, the phase of demonstrations is going on in the country. 

Yoona Ki tweeted, “A young woman was brutally tortured by Terrorists

Again Internet has gone, and people started tweeted about this issue. A new reporter tweeted, “Many in #Myanmar informing me that power and Internet have been cut in different parts of the country especially in #Yangon. Some can send me messages as they have backup generators. Myanmar has already been facing 45 nights of internet shutdown .”

Aung Sang Suu Kyi’s supporters are demonstrating on the streets fearlessly. On the other hand, the fear of the army continues to flee the people of Myanmar. Many people are reaching Myanmar and adjoining India in the North East State, especially in Mizoram. European countries, including the US, continue to pressurize Myanmar’s military regime to restore democracy. 

Let us know the attitude towards military rule in Myanmar’s neighbouring countries, especially in China, Pakistan and India? What is the stand of China behind the military government in Myanmar? Why is he not opposing military rule? Why is Pakistan worried about the military coup in Myanmar? Why did he not support China against the military regime in Myanmar? These are the fundamental questions of the public.

This is a significant growth – the Brotherhood Alliance. These three major ethnic armed groups had not previously spoken out much about the coup (the AA, TNLA, and MNDAA), demanding # Myanmar’s military stop the killings; otherwise, they will join the “spring revolution”, a Twitter user tweeted.

At least 521 commoners have been killed in two months of demonstrations against the February 1, 2021 coup, 141 of them on Saturday.

Myanmar news correspondent stated, “I’m told there’s country-wide electricity disruption in #Myanmar Internet connection disrupted too Context: This isn’t the first time there’s a power outage; the last time it happened weeks ago, it was attributed to a technical fault.

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