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Suu Kyi Big Party “Mysterious Death” after the police arrested Parade shares photos of corpses – points to be beaten

Suu Kyi Big Party “Mysterious Death” after the police arrested Parade shares photos of corpses – pointed to being beaten

Suu Kyi’s Big Party “Mysterious Death” – On March 8, the BBC reported on the progress of the ongoing tense and intensifying protests in Myanmar since the Myanmar military coup took power from the civilian government under the leadership of the Burma Army. of Mrs. Aung San Suu Kyi Adviser of the State on Feb. 1, the past that There was another wave of condemnation of the Myanmar army.

Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) spokesperson Zawin later revealed that Khin Maungla, 58, a local NLD executive in the Pabedan Region. In Yangon Mysterious deaths after being arrested by security personnel in a raid operation of a home in connection with the civilian government on Saturday evening, March 6.

Authorities said Khin Maung La fainted before his later death, however, many believed that Khin Maung La was beaten to death. Because many traces of blood were stained on the mantle over the head.

“He was attacked when he was arrested. And as if he was being interrogated very seriously. ” Mr. Tun Ji From the organization of former political prisoners Specified with AFP And that on Sunday March 7, Khin Maung’s relatives were informed that Mr. Khin died after fainting. Therefore asked the family to receive the body to perform the religious ceremony

Shortly after the release of photos of the family taking the body of Mr. Khin Maung La, society and the online world began to suspect that Khin Maung La was assaulted to the extent that he was unable to endure the poison, the wound, and died in the dead.Yes

People attend at a funeral of U Khin Maung Latt, 58, a National League for Democracy (NLD)’s ward chairman in Yangon, Myanmar March 7, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer
After the police arrested  Parade shares photos of corpses - pointed out that were beaten off

People flash three-finger salutes as they attend a funeral of U Khin Maung Latt, 58, a National League for Democracy (NLD)’s ward chairman, in Yangon, Myanmar, March 7, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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