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Union Minister for Home Affairs and Immigration says that the Spring Revolution is a battle that will definitely be won

Union Minister for Home Affairs and Immigration said, “Our battle is a victory for sure. This time, our victory is a victory for democracy that will never be lost again. We will meet again together with the victory.”

On 1 February 2021, the military seized the power. Then, the Representative Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) was formed, and established the National Unity Government.

The Spring Revolution is an attempt involving the entire population to overthrow the military dictatorship.

Union Minister for Human Rights says that the terrorist military leaders, who are proud of killing and torturing people, are losing their minds

Union Minister for Human Rights U Aung Myo Min said, “The terrorist military leaders, who are proud of killing and torturing people, are losing their minds. It is clear why they are losing their minds. It is due to the tradition of being free from punishment.”

The subordinates of the terrorist military have carried out massacres of 170 people in rural areas.

Union Minister for Human Rights U Aung Myo Min said, “As long as there is a military dictatorship that systematically orders to perpetrate human rights abuses as a mandate, and as long as there are situations where the perpetrators cannot be brought to the court, those who are losing their minds will continue to do so.”

The military council has arrested over ten thousand people on various sections of the penal code.

Dr. May Win Myint figuratively says that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is the water hyacinth flower in the “Water Hyacinth Street” Poetry Collection and that the military dictator and his allies are the ducks

Dr. May Win Myint, the central executive of the National League for Democracy (NLD), said, “People’s Leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is fighting with full strength together with the people of Myanmar like the water hyacinth flower, which is experiencing the ups and downs of the world in the “Water Hyacinth Street” Poetry Collection. The dictator and his allies are like ducks in the poem.”

The Celebration of the 77th Birthday of the People’s Leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was held with eleven programs.

People’s Leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is currently being unjustly detained by the military junta and is facing unfair trials four days a week, five hours a day.

Protest in Yangon by holding a banner saying “May the Daughter of U Aung San be Healthy”

Yangon Revolution Force – YRF (Soft Strike Community) stated, “On this day, the 77th Birthday of our leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the protestors chanted slogans against the military dictatorship, chanting “Immediately release all political prisoners” by holding the banner “May the Daughter of U Aung San be Healthy”.

The strike aims to motivate the whole community not to cool off their blood by chanting slogans for the political prisoners and the general public who have been arrested and tortured inhumanely.

The strike was jointly marched by the Yangon Revolution Force-YRF (Soft Strike Community), the Yangon’s Rebels Strike Committee-YRSC, Revolution Force-RF, Burmese Youth Network, and the Basic Students’ Affairs Group.

White Tiger Battalion (1) acquires a machine gun that can shoot down helicopters

Commanding Officer Major Saw Win Zaw of the White Tiger Battalion (1) told NUG Radio, “The White Tiger 1st Battalion acquires a machine gun capable of firing helicopters. It can shoot down low-flying helicopters and armored vehicles easily. It is a source of strength for our comrades.”

White Tiger Battalion (1) also purchased RPG bombs in early June.

White Tiger Battalion (1) is a revolutionary force fighting to overthrow the military dictatorship.

A person in charge from Demoso Township Basic Education Students’ Union requests the general public to provide teaching aids for children in Karenni State

A person in charge from Demoso Township Basic Education Students’ Union said, “Despite efforts by local civil society organizations to ensure that children have the basic right to education, they are facing a shortage of teaching aids. He also made a request to the general public to provide books and stationery for the children.”

Demoso Township Basic Education Students’ Union

A Karenni human rights activist said that hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced due to military violence in Karenni State, leaving many children without access to education. He also said that children’s access to education was tarnished by food insecurity, epidemics of the rainy season, and inadequate access to medicine and shelter.

A Karenni human rights activist

The military council admitted children to their schools on 16 May, while the National Unity Government tried to provide online education. The military council has reopened schools, but they do not have enough education staff because most teachers are participating in CDM.

The NUG’s online education system was also not in a position of convenience for disadvantaged children and parents.

There are daily clashes in Karenni State during June, with a total of at least 30 clashes

A person in charge of the Karenni National Defense Force (KNDF) said that clashes break out every day in Karenni State from 1 to 15 June. At least 48 military junta troops were killed in the clashes in June, and there were some casualties on the KNDF side.

A CDM staff member

The military leader made a second offer of talks with ethnic resistance organizations in the second week of June. A person in charge of the Mindat people’s administration said that the ethnic resistance organizations are not trusting the military council’s offer and are aiming to overthrow the dictatorship.

A person in charge of Mindat people’s administration

Political analysts review that it is too late to get on the path to dialogue because the military junta violated the 2008 constitution, failed to obey the ASEAN’s “Five-Point Consensus”, violently destroyed civilian property, shot, killed, tortured, and arrested civilian, sentenced Country’s Leaders to long prison terms, violated the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement, and resorted to violence in ethnic areas. 

#Credit : Radio NUG

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