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Myanmar pro-democrats supporters burn Chinese flag; movement reaching its peaks, bow to sacrifice more

by Rinku Khumukcham
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IT Desk
Imphal. April 05:

Pro-democrat supporters today burn the Chinese National flag as a mark of protest to their support to the Myanmar Military at Yangoon streets. Hundreds of pro-democrats came to the street and burn the Chinese flag. The photo for the burning of the Chinese flag being burn was uploaded on Facebook from an account name Thi Lwin Tun. In 3 hours the post was shared by 62 Facebook users.
Meanwhile, DVB TV reports say that an Anti-dictatorship motorcycle rally was held on April 5th at Notakaw Township, Karen (KNU)-Duplaya District. The rally shouted slogans against Military dictatorship, unjustly arrested people, etc.
The DVB TV further report that Kachin State On the evening of April 5, a group of young people held a fundraiser for refugees in Shwegu at the intersection in front of the township electricity office.
One of the young people involved in the program said, “We will have a fundraiser for our friends. We will donate the proceeds to the refugees, leaving more money to buy. We will make better arrangements in the coming days, depending on the situation today.
The auction will focus on snacks, which will be held in the coming days, and the proceeds will be donated to organizations working for war-affected people.
On the other hand, Myanmar celebrity actress Khin wint wah (one of the world’s most beautiful women in 2013) announced her support for the popular protest. She said that she is always with her compatriots and will donate US$500,000 to the people to buy body armor and helmets. She also declared: “Always wait at home for military police to come and arrest.” On March 27, more than 90 anti-coup demonstrators were killed by soldiers.
In the United States, Many donors have reached the Community Center CRPH Support Fundraiser in San Francisco Bay Areas and taking the turn to donate for the cause of the pro-democrat movement in Myanmar. As per a Facebook post by Tun Win Win, a total of US Dollar 51400 has been donated so far.
Reports by Irrawaddy said that Karen refugees running away from the war in Forest Mountains in Fapon Township, Kayin State is digging bombs shelves to prevent the military attack.
Refugees are from villages in Fapon Township where Karen Freedom Army (KNLA) Tatmadaw 5 activated. Children, women, and men were killed and wounded by the power army bombed their villages on March 27th night.
And the local villagers ran away to Thailand to shelter but the Thai side didn’t accept so the forests in Myanmar are hiding their feet from their lives and having trouble living.
Bombs shelves are digging because of the fear of the powerful military bombing during the hideaway.
As of now, at least 638 people have died as per source from inside Myanmar, as many as thousands are arrested. Citizens who had given interviews to CNN television have even been arrested. Among those Yin Thet Tin who was arrested has been reported released today.
In a shocking Facebook post in the Save Myanmar group a pro-democrat activist has posted – “Mom… The democracy road we want is 2 2 expensive… The official known stars have fallen (638) stars and there are still 2 2 lost 2 2 stars mom. Thousands of stars are still arrested and still released the body parts of hundreds of stars. Thousands of homeless lives are also in trouble, mom. If I can reply, Myanmar history has been crowned with a new page.”

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