Myanmar Military Coup

Myanmar: More protesters killed as the death toll nears 200

A protester injured after security forces opened fire on an anti-regime protest in Yangon’s Hlaing Tharyar Township is taken to hospital.| Photo: The Irrawaddy

The death toll in anti-regime protests in Myanmar has reached more than 191 after police reportedly killed 23 protesters on Monday.

On Sunday, the military-led security forces killed 73 protesters,  which has taken the death toll increase by almost 100 in the last couple of days.

There have been reports of police killing people from inside the home and also bystanders.

In Myanmar, people have been protesting against the Military regime. Myanmar Military took over the power from the elected government and captivated its leaders of the then ruling party including the State Counsellor.

Myanmar's military has been increasingly brutal recently. Anti coup protesters and pro-Democracy Media have designated Myanmar's military as a Terrorist organization.

Hundreds of Police officers have fled Myanmar defying the Military order to shoot protesters.

Publish : 2021-03-16 17:21:00

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