Myanmar Army Imposes Curfew In Two major Cities, Bans Deposits Of More Than 5 People
In Myanmar, protests are taking place against the army in the country following the military coup. In view of the protests, the military government has imposed curfew in two major cities of Yangon and Mandalay in the country. Public restrictions have also been imposed.
According to the order, more than five people have been banned from piling up and the rally of trains has also been banned. The curfew will be imposed in both the cities from 8 am to 4 pm till further orders. It also talks about stringent action against those who violate the law.
Protests against the military coup have intensified since Monday and have also spread to other parts of the country. In Myanmar, police used sharp water-heavy Buddhists on hundreds of protesters in the capital. The protestors also rally at a major intersection in Yangon, the country’s largest city. In the meantime, people expressed their opposition by showing three fingers. There were also placards written ‘reject the military coup’ and ‘justice for Myanmar’ in the hands of the people.
New demonstrations were also reported in the north, south-east, and east cities of the country as well as in Mandalay city, where people marched against the coup. “We never want a military rule,” said one protester. Nobody likes them. We are all ready to compete with them. ‘
It may be recalled that the Myanmar army detained several prominent leaders of her party, including the country’s top leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in a coupon February one. Out of 165 people arrested by the army, 13 have been released. Aung San has been charged with illegally importing communication equipment.