On Oct. 29, the Al Jazeera news website reported that a Myanmar court had sentenced Win Tian, 79, a senior aide to Aung San Suu Kyi, on treason charges. where he was arrested on Feb. 4, just days after the military Led by Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the coup took place on Feb. 1.
Win Tien’s family members confirmed reports from Myanmar’s local media about the verdict. This is the latest movement of the army. in dealing with Suu Kyi’s close people.
In the past, Mr. Win Tian has been an important supporter of Ms Suu Kyi. He was a long-standing political prisoner during decades of campaigning for democracy and ending military rule.
On the 26th of Oct. Suu Kyi testifies in court for the first time. Denies sedition charges related to the National League for Democracy Party. or NLD It published a letter in February urging international organizations not to cooperate with the junta. However, so far no progress has been reported in Suu Kyi’s cases, including violations of COVID-19 prevention measures. 19 Illegal possession of radio communications accepting bribes in both cash and gold inciting people to panic and violation of government secret laws.