"Shake the world with the voice of the Myanmar people's unity," protests Myanmar
Protests in Myanmar as it enters the fourth month of the coup. Thousands came on the road to protest the military rule as the citizens raise their voice for democracy security response with gunfire leaving four dead.
"Shake the world with the voice of the Myanmar people's unity," the organiser said.
At places, civilians exploded on the military. Casualties have been reported on both sides. The military has ruled Myanmar for over 50 years. They had a very short-lived democracy which ended after the military disposed of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Demonstrators on Saturday had a very rapid march "so that people will have time to disappear when the security forces come, or else they would die or get arrested," said student activist Min Han Htet.
Social media holds proof of candle-lit marches that took place on Saturday.
Source: The Hindu
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