Myanmar Army Dug Up Angel’s Grave: The Myanmar Army has been crossing the limits of brutality to crush the voices of protesters in support of democracy. The army is shooting the people who are demonstrating them directly on the head and killing them. Now the army has done a disgusting job. The 19-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Mandalay here, the army dug her grave and took out the dead body and then filled cement in it. Angel’s family, friends and thousands of other people had left from here after burying her, when the army came to the tomb as soon as it got dark.
They threw flowers and garlands and started digging graves. According to footage shared by CNN and witnesses, rubber shoes, razor blades, surgical masks, shovels and blood-stained plastic gloves have been found near Angel’s grave. The flowers that people had kept there, thick slabs of cement were put on them. After which there is a lot of anger among the people. The real name of Angel is Ma Kyal Sin. He was shot by the army on the head on March 3, after which he died. She has become a symbol of Myanmar’s performance after her death.
Message was written on Angel’s T-shirt
Demonstrations are being held in this country to protest against the coup on 1 February. On this day, the army imposed a one-year emergency and took into custody other senior leaders including Aung San Suu Kyi. The Army says that fraud has been committed in the elections to be held in November, although the Election Commission of the country has already rejected this claim of the Army. On the other hand, many pictures of the time of his performance are becoming viral on social media. In which he wore a black T-shirt, on which it was written, ‘Everything will be alright.’
What did Angel’s friend say?
Thousands of protesting people demand that democracy be restored in the country and the detained leaders should be released. Thousands of people have been arrested and more than 70 people have died in military action so far. Minor children are also included in the deaths (Myanmar Angel Death Story). He was accompanied by his friend Min Hateet O at the time of Angel’s death. She says, ‘We will fight the war till the last time, we will never take a step back, we will not be afraid.’ Witnesses have said on condition of anonymity that between 4 pm and 7 pm, about 20 people had come to the tomb. He came by car and motorcycle to the tomb and, with a gun, asked him to open the door of the cemetery. Army vehicles were also behind these vehicles.