It is not known what the general of Myanmar responded to the demands of ASEAN leaders. This is the first time the general has made a trip outside Myanmar after the coup.
ASEAN Leaders Demands Myanmar Military to Stop Killings: Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo has said that the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have demanded military rulers of Myanmar to immediately stop the killing of people and arrest after the coup. Release the political prisoners taken. ASEAN Leaders made this demand in an emergency meeting with the top general of Myanmar.
Widodo said that during the talks held in Jakarta on Saturday, ASEAN leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations also told Myanmar Senior General Min Aung Hlaing that immediate talks with the concerned parties should begin in Myanmar. The leaders said that the situation in the South-East Asian country Myanmar Current Situation is unacceptable. According to several independent figures, more than 700 protesters have been killed in the firing of police and soldiers in Myanmar since the coup on February 1.
General’s visit for the first time
It is not immediately known what the Myanmar general responded to the demands of ASEAN leaders. This is the first time the general has made a trip outside Myanmar after the coup. In this country, the army has killed people, which was criticized worldwide (Myanmar Army). The army had coup in early February, saying that fraud was committed in the elections to be held in November. But these allegations of the army were rejected by the Supreme Court and Election Commission of the country.
Violent action on people
After this, a few hours before the first session of Parliament started, the army suddenly coup. A year of emergency was imposed in the country by detaining senior leaders of the government. After this, cases were also registered against the leaders being taken into custody. After nearly five decades of military rule in Myanmar, democracy came in this country, but the army again put an end to democracy. In protest against which there were demonstrations across the country. People demanded the restoration of democracy and the release of detained leaders. The army has taken very violent action to suppress the voice of the protesters.
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