Southeast Asia
Myanmar’s military rule extends emergency for fourth time: US worried

Myanmar’s military regime has decided to extend the state of emergency imposed in the country by another six months. The US has expressed its displeasure over this decision of the Myanmar military regime and has alleged that the entire country is in the grip of violence during Myanmar’s military rule.
In the year 2021, Myanmar’s army imposed military rule in the country by toppling the elected government.

Along with this, an emergency was imposed in the country. Now once again, the US has reacted strongly to the extension of the emergency period. Expressing displeasure over the decision of the Myanmar government, US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said that the US is concerned about the extension of the emergency by Burma’s military regime. is in

The military rule has pushed the country into violence and instability. Let us tell you that in the year 2021, Myanmar’s army imposed an emergency in the country by toppling the elected government there. In the violence that followed, hundreds of airstrikes were carried out by the army, thousands of houses were set ablaze and nearly 1.6 million people were displaced.

America says that the current regime of Myanmar is violating the democratic values of the people of Myanmar and the crisis of Myanmar is increasing. Myanmar’s army has arrested the country’s elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior leaders. was put in jail. Suu Kyi, 78, has been sentenced to 33 years in prison on various counts. On February 1, 2021, the army implemented a coup in the country for one year. Later this emergency was extended and now for the fourth time, it has been extended again for six months.

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