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The health and safety of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi should be taken into consideration as she seems to be held hostage by the terrorist military council

Political analysts said that the health and safety of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi should be taken into consideration as she seems to be held hostage by the terrorist military council.

At 2 pm on 22 June, the military junta moved Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to a private building in Nay Pyi Taw Prison.

A political analyst said, “Normally, it seems like a new building has been built for the State Counselor and moved her there. But they published the photos of the building. It is not as simple as they published like that, saying the State Counselor was in that building. We must be careful about the health and safety of the State Counselor.”

The military junta has detained seventy-seven-year-old Daw Aung San Suu Kyi since the February 1, 2021 coup.

Union Minister Prof. Dr. Zaw Wai Soe says that the first reason for wanting the military dictatorship to fall as soon as possible is for the students to be able to educate

In an interview with RFA news the previous day, Union Minister for Education Prof. Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said, “When I go around the international countries, I feel very sorry for the children in Myanmar. That is why every time I reached a country, I talked about, discussed, and made a request for the education for the future of our country. The other side was also interested. Another thing is that the first reason why we want the military dictatorship to fall is for our children.”

Union Minister said that requests to the international community were made to provide educational help to the National Unity Government.

There are a total of 51 online schools implementing the people’s education system in collaboration with the Ministry of Education of the National Unity Government, and in terms of on-ground education, public-based schools are set up in Yangon, Mandalay, Sagaing, Magway, Bago, Ayawaddy, Tanintharyi, Kachin, Kayah (Karenni), Kayin, Chin, and Mon regions.

Deputy Minister Daw Ei Thinzar Maung says that it is necessary to create opportunities for women to be able to involve in politics

At the forum on “Who is responsible for the sexual violence during the armed conflict?” held in June, Deputy Minister Ei Thinzar Maung said, “The involvement of women needs to be considered and recognized not only during the revolution but also post-revolutionary period because women’s political movements are also important in building a new union after the revolution. Moreover, it is also necessary to create opportunities for women to be able to involve in the politics starting from now.”

The National Unity Government appointed women ministers and promoted women’s and youth issues.

Kyaukpadaung Federal School is recruiting volunteers

Kyaukpadaung Federal School is recruiting primary, middle, and high school volunteers.

Kyaukpadaung Federal School released a statement that it needs volunteer CDM teachers for implementing free education for KG to G11.

The application forms are available on the social media site of the Kyaukpadaung Federal School.

Kyaukpadaung Federal School encouraged volunteers to participate because CDM students’ access to education depends on volunteer teachers.

Second Company Commander of PDF Kalay Battalion (5) dies near He Lauk village, Kalay Township

PDF Kalay Battalion (5) released the information on 24 June that Maung Me Gyi, Second Company Commander of PDF Kalay Battalion (5), gave his life for the country and people during three-hour fighting that broke out after being intercepted by the military junta troops near Helot village, Kalay Township.

PDF Kalay issued that the comrade who sacrificed his life during the revolution was honored by the remaining comrades as a martyr.

Spring Dove says that over 100 civilians captured as human shields by the junta, are rescued

Spring Dove stated that the previous day, during the three-hour-long clash broke out between with the military junta starting from 6 pm to 9 pm in Wanbao and old Mo Gyo Pyin, the allied comrades attacked well the base station of the military junta’s troops and police by firing 15 rounds of 60 mm artillery, six rounds of 120 mm artillery and two rounds of 220 mm artillery, with many casualties.

In addition, over 100 civilians captured as human shields, were rescued.

The operation was carried out by Monywa Ranger Group/ Truth Army of Squadron (1) of Battalion (3) of the northwest region allied PDF coalition, Spring Dove of Squadron (4) of Battalion (3), and C.D.F and S.R.A of Battalion (4).

Some charitable associations in Mandalay are foreclosed and some young philanthropists are arrested by the military junta, leaving the rest to work in an insecurity

Since the military coup, some charitable associations have been foreclosed and some young philanthropists have been arrested by the military junta in Mandalay. According to an official in charge of a foreclosed charitable association, philanthropists are working with insecurity because of arbitrarily arrests by the military junta.

An official in charge of a foreclosed charitable association

In Mandalay Division, charitable associations are moving from one township to another as needed. Now, it is not convenient to travel at all. Despite foreclosures and arrests, charitable associations continue to work to meet the needs of the people.

An official in charge of a foreclosed charitable association

According to the NLD government’s Ministry of Social Welfare Relief and Resettlement, there were a total of 65 charitable associations in Mandalay Division, but only a few are currently operating normally. Lack of donors, high fuel prices, and lack of security guarantees have made it difficult for charitable associations to survive.

Charitable associations assisting patients coming to Yangon for emergency treatment are finding it difficult to travel due to insecurity in the area

Some charitable associations in Yangon are helping patients requiring emergency medical treatment from rural areas to facilitate transportation. According to an official in charge of a charitable association, since there have been a series of roadside bombings across the country since the military coup, they were afraid of being attacked by mistake.

An official in charge of a charitable association in Yangon

Charitable associations in rural areas have to report to the military council and notify the armed groups in advance when there is a need to travel urgently.

An official in charge of a charitable association in a rural area

According to the NLD government’s Ministry of Social Welfare Relief and Resettlement, there were 434 charitable associations in Yangon Division and 696 charitable associations throughout the country. After the military coup, well-known charitable associations in Yangon, including the Funeral Aid Society – Yangon and Clean Yangon, were subjected to violent raids, foreclosures, and arrests.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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