Yangon: Soldiers and police have opened fire indiscriminately on a large-scale protest against the military rule in Myanmar, demanding the release of popularly elected Aung San Suu Kyi. The most severely suppressed protests.
A total of 38 protesters were killed in a shooting by security forces on Wednesday, United Nations Special Envoy Christine Schrానnerberger said. It is a known fact that since February 1, people in major cities across the country have been concerned on a large scale. With this, the police and soldiers are cracking down on them.
More than 50 protesters have been killed in police firing so far. The Myanmar military continues to maintain military rule in the country, regardless of international pressure.
One eyewitness said that the army used tear gas without any prior warnings during the days of protests last month. He later said he was shot. Many were killed and at least three were injured in what became known as the Cold War.
According to local media reports, the army opened fire on protesters in several parts of Myanmar, including the big cities of Yangon and Mandalay. It is known that Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the government elected by the people, was detained by the soldiers and the military rule was imposed in Myanmar.