The coup in Myanmar
Unfazed by the firing of security forces in Myanmar, protesters took to the streets once again in Yangon in protest against the military coup on Monday.
Police fired tear gas shells to disperse the protesters. Earlier, security forces opened fire on protesters in Yangon on Sunday, killing 18 people and injuring several others.
On Monday, the protesters were trying to mobilize the Ledan Center. Then the police started chasing them. The protesters were seen running away from the scene and trying to wash their face to avoid the impact of gas.
Demonstrations have been going on since February 1 in Myanmar demanding a reinstatement of the Suu Kyi-led elected government. Demonstrators were initially protesting military rule by playing drums, car horns and utensils.
Aung San Suu Kyi appeared in the court of Myanmar -
According to 'Myanmar Now', the ousted pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu appeared in a court in Napita on Monday through video conferencing. He has been charged under Section 505 (B) of the Penal Code for allegedly inciting unrest.
Hearing on two charges continues on Ang Sun Su Kyi
Two charges against Aung San Su for military rule, their hearing is already underway.
First, to keep the imported walkie-talkie without registration.
Secondly under the Natural Disaster Management Act to limit the crowd of people to prevent the spread of corona,
On violation of these two rules an order was issued against Aung San Suu.
According to some reports more restrictions are going to put on Myanmar by America.
The United States is preparing to impose a new round of sanctions against the recent violence in Myanmar. US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan gave this information on Sunday. "We will continue close coordination with allies in the Indo-Pacific region and around the world to capture those responsible for the violence and strengthen our support to the people of Myanmar.We are preparing additional action against those responsible for this latest incident of violence and the recent coup. ", he said.
Road closed for Aung San Suu Kyi to contest in Election -
Initially, the army detained Suu Kyi in Napita. Now members of the National League for democracy have said that things are not clear about where they are placed. Allegations on Suu Kyi will close the road for her to contest the elections after a year.