verview of what happened in Tanintharyi, Myanmar 29 May 2021
On the morning of May 29, a motorcycle strike was held in Dawei against the military dictatorship.
Local people staged a protest against the military regime on Saturday 29 May in Dawei, the capital of Tanintharyi Region.
A coalition of youth groups led the anti-military dictatorship march in Dawei, Tanintharyi, on May 29
This afternoon, the Union flag was boldly hoisted somewhere in Dawei. Despite the fact that terrorist regime has been trying to control people not to oppose them, but protests are gaining momentum day by day.
Despite the fact that the Junta steps up security of with security forces throughout Dawei, residents from Ar Zar Ni ward continued their protest march, defying military's rule.
Local people took to the streets against the military regime in Launglon, Tanintharyi Region on Saturday.
Strike against the Dictatorship in Nyin Maw village, Longlone Township
Despite the bad weather, locals of Gawtinn village & Ye-phyu village Launglon, Dawei successfully protested against the junta regime this morning.
Scenes of an anti-military dictatorship strike on May 29 in Lower Ye Byu Village, Laung Lon Township, Tanintharyi Region.
Residents in Gaw In Village, Laung Lon Township marched on motorcycles this evening and staged a standing protest somewhere chanting slogans to demand the end of military dictatorship.
Anti-dictatorship protest scenes on the evening of May 29, in Gaw In Village, Laung Lon Township.
Villagers in Kanyone and Ka Htaung Ni villages of Laung Lone Township staged a joint protest against the military dictatorship on the evening of May 29 despite the rain.
Demonstrations in ThayetChaung
In Nyaung Zin Village, Thayet Chaung Township, people marched on motorcycles to protest against the military dictatorship on the evening of 29 May.
On the night of May 29, a prayer service was held in Kanat Thiri village, Thayet Chaung Township, for the release of those arrested by the Junta.
Arrests in Tanintharyi
A young man was arrested for owning a pro-NLD shirt and 2 Chinese fireworks in Myeik, according to his family: "at first, they entered my house and said they want to inspect the guest registration and family lists. Then, they entered the room of my nephew, Thet Lwin Oo' and found an NLD T-shirt and two fireworks. These fireworks are not illegal. We can purchase in the market legally. But they arrested him and myself. They released me yesterday but my nephew has been detained since he was arrested on May 26," said the uncle of the victim.
Dawei, Tanintharyi Region: Ko Aung Soe Paing, Ko Kyaw Zeya & Ma San Myat Myat Htoo, Engineering students at Dawei Tech. University, were arrested from a local restaurant by SAC (State Administration Council) at 3pm today.