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.
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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.
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.