|A video of the march of the People’s Defense Forces under the National Unity Government of Myanmar.|
A video was released of the ‘Citizens Defense Force’ of the National Unity Government, formed by the democratic camp of Myanmar, marching after training.
According to Reuters, the National Unity Government of Myanmar has released footage of a march of the Citizens’ Defense Force formed to fight a military coup.
This video was released on the 28th (local time) under the name of Lee Mon, who is serving as the defense minister of the National Unity Government.
The video shows about 100 soldiers marching on the dirt floor, wearing mottled uniforms and holding red flags with white stars. He didn’t have a separate weapon.
The officer in the video said, “This army was established by an official civilian government. The People’s Guard Army must work with and protect the people. We will fight to win this battle.”
About four months after the military coup in Myanmar, anti-military protests across the country continue. Minority militias opposing the military regime from all over the country also join the fight against the military, and clashes seem to intensify.
Local media Mijima reported that at least one soldier was injured when a homemade bomb exploded at a police post and a military truck in Yangon on the 29th.