The Red Ribbon became a symbol of resistance to the military coup in Myanmar

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

 The Red Ribbon became a symbol of resistance to the military coup in Myanmar

A civil disobedience movement has been launched in Myanmar against the recent military coup.

According to a foreign news agency, staff in government hospitals have stopped working in protest against the military coup in Myanmar.

Reports say that the civil disobedience movement is also being carried out through social media and that is why doctors and nursing staff of government hospitals across Myanmar have started a movement today.

According to reports, in the civil disobedience movement, doctors and nursing staff of 74 hospitals stopped work except for emergencies. Doctors and nursing staff also protested by carrying placards and posters and putting red ribbons on their chests.

This red ribbon has now become a symbol of resistance to military coups.

On the other hand, the offices of Aung San Suu Kyi's political party are being raided while the Myanmar police have remanded Aung San Suu Kyi till February 15.

Myanmar police have made ridiculous allegations against Aung San Suu Kyi and told a court that six unlicensed walkie-talkies were found during a search of her home.

According to police, the radios were illegally imported and used without permission. The court later granted Sochi remand until February 15.

Myanmar's army chief has said the Sochi government's departure was inevitable for the country and that is why he chose this path.

Russia and China have asked for more time to discuss a joint statement, according to a news conference between the Security Council members in New York.


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