About 19 policemen from Myanmar are reported to have entered the Indian border. A month after the Myanmar army evicted Aung San Suu Kyi’s government from power, there are reports that about 19 police officers have entered the Indian border and taken refuge in Mizoram. Let me tell you that the border of Mizoram is adjacent to Myanmar. According to media reports, the police personnel coming to India are of lower rank and did not have any weapons.
Let me tell you that in Myanmar, the army had a coup last month. In Myanmar, about 38 protesters were killed in the firing of security forces on Wednesday. After which Britain has called for a meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss the rapidly deteriorating situation in Myanmar.
In Myanmar, UN envoy Christine Schreiner Berzner told mediamen that 38 protesters were shot dead on Wednesday, firing on protesters demanding the return of democracy in many cities.
US State Department spokesman Ned Price said his country was distressed at the brutal violence perpetrated by the Burmese army against its own people.
Price asked China to emphasize the Burmese military junta to stop the violence and pave the way for the return of parliamentary democracy. Price said in a statement, “China has influence in the region. It has influence on the junta. We have called on China to use that influence in a constructive way, use the influence in a way that Burma (Myanmar) To advance the interests of the people.
The worst devastation occurred in Monywa, the capital of Myanmar’s Sagaing region bordering India, when security forces shot at least seven protesters. A doctor who saw the seriously injured protesters said that everyone was shot with live ammunition and at least seven died.