Anti-coup demonstrations continue in Myanmar, as protestors on Tuesday launched “Blood Strike”.

Anti-coup protestors in Myanmar launched “Blood Strike” on Tuesday, spraying red paint, symbolizing blood, on the streets and in public places to honour ‘fallen’ anti-coup protesters.

People from several Yangon townships launched “Blood Strike” campaign on Tuesday “in memory” of those who have been killed on streets across the nation by the Myanmar military.

Despite brutal crackdown by the Myanmar military, people in large numbers continue to stage demonstrations across the country.

In Mandalay, protesters held pro-democracy rallies.

Youth in Mandalay also launched #BoycottMadeinChina campaign.

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Clashes between the anti-coup protestors and the military broke out at in Shan State’s Kyaukme on Tuesday.

Police resorted to tear gas shelling to disperse the crowd of protestors.

Meanwhile, hundreds of anti-coup protesters took to the streets in Ye-U, Sagaing Region on Tuesday to protest against the Myanmar military dictatorship.

Anti-coup protesters in Kachin State’s Hopin also took to the streets on Tuesday demanding an end to the internet blackout in Myanmar.

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