People protesting at festivals: People in Myanmar are protesting strangely. Unable to cope with the repression of the soldiers in their country, the people there boycotted the New Year celebrations, at the same time turning the occasion into a platform to express their protest against the soldiers. In Myanmar, the New Year is celebrated for five days according to the national calendar.
However, it was decided to cancel the five-day New Year celebrations in protest of the ongoing military killings there. On the first day of the festival, the Buddhist idols are cleaned and prayers are offered. People protesting at festivals strangely.
However, the celebrations were canceled due to the prevailing conditions in the country. However, as the festival is one of the most important festivals in the country, the festival is celebrated in a traditional manner. The women there celebrated the first day of their New Year festival by holding neatly decorated pots with flowers and wearing new clothes.
However, the women held rallies chanting “People’s Power, Our Power” holding the paint on the pots and holding them as shown by the three go.
Similarly, on the second day of the festival, protesters painted blood stains on government offices and roads. Red paint was applied in various cities and towns with the aim of insulting the military against military assassinations. Slogans were written on the leaves and tied into arches. Hot air balloons and candles were lit in several places during the night to protest. However, it seems that there was violence in some places during the protests. However, full details have not been revealed. There the twin army is blocking the media. According to media reports, the protest did not go unnoticed
In Myanmar, democracy is being undermined and the military is taking over. The military coup that began on February 1 is still ongoing. The junta’s army is firing on protesters. Many have already lost their lives. The United Nations Office on the Rights of the Child has called for an end to the killings, which could lead to civil strife, as in Syria. It is reported that 710 people have lost their lives at the hands of the military since the overthrow of the Sookie government.