Summary of News

  1. 1.6 million people lost their jobs in Myanmar after military coup 2021
  2. A gambling booths And activities that pays money to the military council, Police in Htee Lin Township will take action

1.6 million people lost their jobs in Burma after military coup 2021

The All Burma Federation of Trade Unions (CTUM) said in a statement on the occasion of the 132th International Labor Day (May Day) that 1.6 million people in Burma have lost their jobs since the military coup.

In addition, the union is affiliated with labor unions, declaring illegal organizations to labor organizations, Cancellation of the passports of trade union leaders, Termination of citizenship, Arrest warrants, Arrest, beatings, torture, and imprisoned. In addition, the union is affiliated with labor unions, Declaring illegal organizations to labor organizations, Cancellation of the passports of trade union leaders; Termination of citizenship, Arrest warrants, Arrest, beatings, torture, and imprisoned.

The people are feeling insecure due to the strict inspection in the cities of Sagaing Division and the looting of goods by the soldiers

Locals say soldiers are stealing goods from shoppers in major cities, including Monywa, the capital of Sagaing Division. When commodity prices rise and there is no income, people are deprived of their freedom to travel freely and feel insecure, said a Yin Mar Pin local resident.
A Yin Mar Pin local resident
Fighting in all 37 townships in Sagaing Division, local people unable to grow crops as well as before.
“People are struggling to make ends meet, but they believe they can win the military council,” said a political analyst.
Dr. Hla Kyaw Zaw (Political Analyst)
In Sagaing Division, a bag of rice worth 30,000 kyats used to cost more than 50,000 kyats and Peanut oil costs between 3,000 and 4,000 kyats but now it costs 8,000 kyats.

report as what terrorist military spokesman General Zaw Min Tun said at the press conference regarding more military attacks in Sagaing Division

Ko Maung Maung Pi (Pearl)
As PDFs grew in Sagaing and Chin states, the terrorist Military Council appointed Lt. Gen. Than Hlaing and Lt. Gen. Tay Za Kyaw in October 2021 as Special Operations Commanders to control terrorism under Operation Anawrahta.
Major Zero said
Although almost all of the junta’s governing machinery is destroyed and the PDFs have a military advantage, local people are struggling to make ends meet due to pressure from the military council.
Due to the pressure from the military council, the local people are struggling to survive.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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