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The Acting President says that the plans to build up the nation and the commitments to establish a Federal Democratic Union

At the Commemoration Ceremony of the 75th Anniversary of Martyrs’ Day, co-organised by the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) and the National Unity Government (NUG) on 19 July, Acting President said, “Along with the fallen General Aung San and other martyrs, the plans to build up the nation and the commitments to establish a Federal Democratic Union had been lost. We all have seen that the country’s dream of establishing a federal democracy has failed and the civil war has not ended until now.”

On 19 July 1947, while General Aung San and the other leaders of Martyrs were holding a meeting, a group of miscreants assassinated the leaders.

The Union Prime Minister says that the people are still resisting the military dictator in various ways until now

Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khine Thann said that the people are still resisting the military dictator in various ways until now.

At the Commemoration Ceremony of the 75th Anniversary of Martyrs’ Day, co-organised by the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) and the National Unity Government (NUG) on 19 July, Union Prime Minister said, “Once the terrorist military tried again to usurp the people’s power on 1 February 2021, generations-Z along with the other anti-dictatorship forces participated in the front line of the Spring Revolution with a strong spirit. Hundreds of thousands of civil servants had boldly expressed their rejection of the coup.”

Union Minister also said that those who sacrifice their lives for the sake of the common good are martyrs, and in the 70 years since independence, there have been many people who sacrificed their lives without putting their lives first.

Padoh Saw Hla Tun, Joint Secretary (2) of the Karen National Union, says that the country that General Aung San envisioned has not been achieved until today

At the Commemoration Ceremony of the 75th Anniversary of Martyrs’ Day, co-organised by the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) and the National Unity Government (NUG) on 19 July, Padoh Saw Hla Tun, Joint Secretary (2) of the Karen National Union, said, “Until today, the country that General Aung San envisioned has not been achieved. The union that General Aung San wanted to build has not yet been achieved.”

At the present time, the National Unity Government is moving towards the establishment of a new Federal Democratic Union and is also preparing to draft a constitution.

British Embassy Head of Mission in Yangon stated that, on the 75th anniversary of Martyrs’ Day, he pays respects to all those who sacrificed their lives for a better future for Myanmar

On 19 July, the UK Embassy in Myanmar released a statement.

In the statement, Mr. Pete Vowles, British Embassy Head of Mission, said, “On the 75th anniversary of the tragic assassination of General Aung San and his eight compatriots, I pay my deepest respects to all those who have given their lives in pursuit of a better future for Myanmar. My thoughts are also with the thousands of civilians who have been killed since the coup. Whatever people’s motivations and whatever their beliefs or affiliations, there can never be a justification for the killing of civilians.”

The UK government had issued a statement condemning the state of emergency imposed by the Myanmar military on 1 February 2021 and the British Embassy in Myanmar stands with the people of Myanmar until today.

Schools run by the Education Board of Saw Township held lectures and sports competitions in commemoration of Martyrs’ Day

Lectures and sports competitions were held in commemoration of Martyrs’ Day in schools run by the Education Board of Saw Township.

On 19 July, the Education Board of Saw Township said, “As a commemoration of Martyr’s Day and to instill the spirit of martyrdom among students, pre-martyr’s day lectures and sports competitions were held in the schools run by the Education Board of Saw Township, the National Unity Government.”

Education Board of Saw Township has also urged the people to cultivate the spirit of martyrdom and root out the military dictatorship.

Kyi Su village, Khin-U Township was set on fire by the military troops for the third time

Kyi Su village, Khin-U Township was set on fire by the military troops for the third time on the morning of 19 July.

On 19 July, Armed Revolutionary Force (ARF) Khin-U reported, “Kyi Su village, which was set on fire yesterday, was set on fire for the third time around 9:00 a.m. today.”

The military troops are patrolling Ye-U, Khin-U, and Tabayin townships in Sagaing Division and targeting civilians.

New Version 1.0.2 of NUGPay released

On 19 July, NUGPay announced the release of new version of NUGPay app.

It states that the NUGPay users will be able to get the updated version through Google Playstore, and the newly released NUGPay version 1.0.2 is better, faster, and more secure.

NUGPay is a payment system that is independent of the financial system of the terrorist military council.

NUGPay’s Pilot Project starts with only “ten thousand” wallets, and NUGPay will gradually cover the entire country.

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