Violent protests in Myanmar: Army continued firing
Kathmandu, March 4
On Wednesday, a total of 38 protesters were killed in Myanmar.
People were fired because of protesting against the military force.
As per BBC report, protests against the military coup in Myanmar did not stop even the day after 38 people were killed..
Currenty, protesters have intensified their agitation in major cities of the country. Police and army fired tear gas as well as bullets.
The United Nations has urged Myanmar’s army and police not to open fire after bloodshed erupted. The demonstrators are protesting against the military rule.