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Myanmar coup: 18 protesters killed in army action, Indian embassy issued a statement


New Delhi: In Myanmar today, there are reports of 18 persons killed and more than 30 people injured in the army’s action against those protesting against the coup. On the incident in the neighboring country, the Indian embassy in Myanmar has issued a statement saying that the lives of people in Yangon and other cities of Myanmar have been deeply saddened. It has been said on behalf of the embassy that the issue should be resolved through all restraint and dialogue.

The Indian Embassy in Myanmar said, “People in Yangon and other cities in Myanmar are deeply saddened by the loss of lives. We express our condolences to the families of the dead and their loved ones. We are all restrained and peaceful Urge to resolve issues through dialogue in a manner. “

Let me tell you that today the UN Human Rights Office was told that they have received reliable information that at least 18 people were killed and more than 30 injured in Sunday’s crackdown against anti-coup protesters in Myanmar. Referring to several cities in Myanmar, the statement said, “Ammunition was thrown among the crowd in Yangon, Dawi, Mandalay, Mayike, Bago and Pokokku, which led to the deaths.”

“Tear gas was used in many places. Flash-bang and stun grenades were also used along with it,” the statement said. “We condemn the escalating violence against the protests in Myanmar and call for an immediate halt to the use of military against peaceful protesters,” said Ravina Shamdasani, spokeswoman for the U.N. Human Rights Office.

Significantly, on 1 February 2021, the army in Myanmar overthrew Aung San Suu Kyi’s government by overthrow. Protests are now taking place in Myanmar against the army on a large scale. This is the largest figure in the people killed on any single day since the coup. The protesters are demanding that Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government be reinstated.

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