The US and UN embassies appealed this to Myanmar security forces

Myanmar violence takes a new turn when security forces cornered hundreds of young protesters overnight in a district of Yangon and threatened to hunt for them door to door as the United States and United Nations appealed for them to be allowed to leave. For your information let us share that thousands of people defied a night time curfew to take to the streets of Myanmar’s main city in support of the youths in the Sanchaung district, where they had been holding the latest daily protest against the February 1 coup.

Here it is to be noted that After the the army takeover and arrest of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi has plunged Myanmar into chaos and violence raise up to leave him. Security forces have killed over 60 protesters and detained more than 1,800 since then, an advocacy group said. Young protestor also killed in firing. Every day news came about people lost lives in protest even through protestors were not shaken and stood up for protest.

However, after all this chaos, Now the U.N. office in Myanmar as well as the U.S. and British embassies came forward and appealed to security forces to allow protesters to leave without violence or arrest. But there was no sign of them withdrawing. On Facebook, residents and the local MTK news service posted that as of the early hours of Tuesday 20 people had been arrested in Sanchaung after police searched houses.

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