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errorists Junta  threw gravel(stones) at every window of Mya Yee Nandar Housing, Mandalay. They threatened people not only on the streets but also those in their houses.

Demonstrations keep going on in Mandalay

Mya Taung Strike never give up and still marching on streets to protest against dictatorship despite lethal crackdowns in Mandalay.

Despite everyday brutal crackdown, Mandalay Monks Strike, Peacock Warriors, Education Family Strike protested against Military Junta today. They won’t surrender until they get democracy.

Although Junta keep killing innocent civilians nationwide and so do the protests, general strike in Nyaung U marched today holding the banner of our detained leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.

Funerals shot protestors in Mandalay

Funeral of the fallen hero, Ko Ye Nay Min was held today without dead body which was taken away by terrorist junta. The family said they will bury his scattered brain tissues which was left on the scene instead.

The funeral of 18-year-old Ko Zaw Ko Latt who was shot dead in Sein Pan Ward, Maha Aung Myay Township, Mandalay on April 1, was held today. He was not involved in the protest but was shot dead while standing near the corner of 38th Street and Strand Road.

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Up to the 1st of April 137 People were killed by the army in Mandalay

In Mandalay Division, 137 people were killed in anti-military protests from February 1 to March 31, including 102 men, 11 women and 24 anonymous. A total of 517 people were killed across the country, according to a statement from the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP).

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Further in Myanmar, cnn interviewees arrested

Two girls who answered interview with @clarissaward @CNN at Mingaladon market have been arbitrarily abducted by terrorists junta in civilian forms(who did not wear their uniforms). 4 interviewees have been reportedly abducted by the military. Many more interviewees are fleeing away since junta is trying to abduct. There is no longer freedom of press in Myanmar and the world needs to know about it.


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Posted 
Apr 3, 2021
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