Two protesters in Mandalay, Myanmar, were killed when police fired shots to disperse a group of protesters. Aid workers confirm this to Reuters news agency.
Yesterday it was announced that a young woman had died after the police shot her in the head during a demonstration. She is known to be the first protester to be killed in the ongoing protests against the military coup. So today two more deaths were added.
One of the victims died in the street after riot police shot him in the head. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/two-protesters-in-myanmar-killed-by-police-bullets.html
The other was hit by a bullet in the chest and succumbed to his injuries.
Some protesters shot at police in Mandalay with catapults. He responded with tear gas and shots. At first it was not clear whether rubber or real bullets were used.
“Twenty people were injured and two are dead,” one of the rescuers told Reuters. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/two-protesters-in-myanmar-killed-by-police-bullets.html
The protesters are demanding that the military government resign and also want the army to release political leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
In Myanmar, the February 1 military coup and the arrest of Suu Kyi sparked major unrest. Her party had won the parliamentary elections, but the military claims fraud has taken place. Since then, there have been daily demonstrations in the country. Tens of thousands of people come to the demonstrations.
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