Sept: 12 (PNB News). A sporadic shootout between Tatmadaw and armed villagers left scores dead and wounded. Violence erupted in the northern region of Myanmar on Thursday. Myanmar media has reported the Choas as the deadliest violence in the country since the coup d’état. Coup d’état, which took place on the morning of 1 February 2021 in Myanmar, and swept Tatmadaw into power. No less than 1,030 protesters have been killed in uprisings against the military government since the beginning of February 2021.
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Fresh clashes erupted after anti-Tatmadaw forces exhorted the public for civil disobedience. In the latest violence approximately 20 villagers mostly teenagers were killed and many more wounded in Manyar’s Myin rural region, media reported on Friday. According to local media, an anti-military agitated mob wielding light arms started firing at military forces to prevent them from entering the village. In the fire exchange, armed villagers sustained heavy losses. Myanmar police have leveled conspiracy charges against the hooligans. Activists and anti-military forces are disappointed over the united nation’s passive stance on Mynamar’s current situation.