Police used live ammunition to shoot protesters at anti-coup rallies. The UN reported 18 deaths in the incident.
On February 28, 2021, the BBC News Agency reported. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said on Friday police used live ammunition to shoot protesters at protesters at anti-coup rallies. Which the office has reliable information until it can be reported that There were 18 deaths in today’s events (Feb. 28), the deadliest day. Since the coup
The deaths were reported to have been found in Yangon, Dawei, Mandalay, Myeik, Bago and Pakokku.
The source reported. There is evidence from social media clips of protesters running away as police pursue them, breaking a temporary barricade for protesters. Including protesters who “Blood over the body” while escaping
In addition, the Association for the Aid of Political Prisoners (AAPP), Myanmar reported. As many as 850 protesters have been detained, but the numbers could be higher. Due to the large increase in arrest rates during the past Saturday – Sunday.
“Ravina Shamdasini,” said OHCHR spokesman. Myanmar people have the right to assembly peacefully. To call back democracy The use of violence against “bare hands” protesters is unreasonable under international human rights.