In the daily report published by the Aid for Political Prisoners (AAPP), it was reported that 6 people died in the last 24 hours.
It was noted in the report that the total casualties increased to 570, and 2 thousand 728 people were detained.
It was stated that there were detention warrants for 443 people against the coup.
CIVILS RECOVER FROM POSSIBLE AIR ATTACKS
On the other hand, many civilians living on the Thai border of the province of Shan in the east of Myanmar left their homes and started to build shelters in case the army could launch airstrikes in the region.
In the news published on the Myanmar Now website, it was stated that at least 6 thousand people in the city of Tachileik took measures against the risk of conflict between the Shan State Army (SSA) and the Myanmar army, one of the ethnic armed groups operating in the region.
It was noted that some civilians dug shelters for protection and some tried to cross the Thai border.
MILITARY COUP IN MYANMAR
The Myanmar army seized the administration on February 1, after the allegations of fraud in the November 8, 2020 elections and the rise of political tension in the country.
The army detained many officials and ruling party leaders, including the country’s de facto leader and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Çii, and declared a state of emergency (state of emergency) for a year.
The people of Myanmar started demonstrations on February 6 demanding a return to democracy. 570 demonstrators lost their lives in the armed intervention of the security forces.
While large-scale demonstrations continue in the country, high-ranking government officials in custody continue to be tried in a military court.