Prohibition imposed in Myanmar from 8 pm to 4 am
Yangon : Tens of thousands of people have continued to protest against last year’s military coup in Myanmar.
A woman was seriously injured in the incident on Tuesday. Police fired water cannon to scatter demonstrators, rubber bullets and bullet had struck. According to human rights groups, the woman was shot in the head.
Get details of protesters were injured in the police force are. But no one has died. Protests resumed on Wednesday morning and government employees also took part in the fifth day of protests in the capital.
Meanwhile, the party claimed that Myanmar’s army raided the headquarters of Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party in Yangon. It is reported that the security personnel broke through the door of the office on Tuesday night and destroyed it. It is said that there were no cadres in the situation where the party office was destroyed.
It is said that the raid was carried out during the night curfew issued by the army. Currently, a nationwide ban has been imposed in Myanmar from 8 pm to 4 am.