Since the coup in Myanmar, the protests of people demanding restoration of democracy have continued. Meanwhile, at least three pro-democracy protesters were killed in the firing of security forces in the southern coastal city of Davoi on Sunday. Information to this effect has been received from medical volunteers and media reports.
However, unofficial sources are quoting that the death toll could be 10 as most of the people who were injured in the firing have been shot and their condition is said to be critical.
Significantly, last week also, the military regime resorted to armed forces to disperse peaceful protesters in Yangon, who beat not only lathis but also many people. When the proceedings of the newly elected Parliament were to begin on February 1, before that, the army overthrew it and took control of administration and governance. Since then, a large number of people are taking to the streets and demanding restoration of democracy in the country.
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