UN Rights Chief, Condemns Myanmar Saturday Massive Killings
The United Nations human rights chief officials Alice Wairimu Nderitu and Michelle Bachelet the United Nations special adviser rebuked the killings that occurred on Saturday 27th where at least 141 people alongside 7 children were also murdered by Myanmar junta military coupe.
The Un Chiefs condemned the act and termed it as inhuman and unacceptable for not even sparing the young children in the killings.
"The shameful, cowardly, brutal actions of the military and police – who have been filmed shooting at protesters as they flee, and who have not even spared young children – must be halted immediately," said Bachelet and Nderitu.
"The international community has a responsibility to protect the people of Myanmar from atrocity crimes."
The two UN Officials Bachelet and Nderitu called on the military to immediately halt killing its people it needs to serve and protect.
Source Myanmar Now
This comes a time At least eight people, including a 14-year-old boy and two rescue workers, were killed at a low-cost housing complex in Mandalay’s Chanmyathazi township on Monday 22nd after regime forces opened fire on residents.
Further information from the eyewitnesses stated that nearly 300 heavily armed soldiers in dozen trucks arrived at the complex with two loaded bulldozers at around 10 am on Monday 22nd and begun beating up the innocent residents who were not demonstrating but on their own businesses.
On the other hand, Leader Suu was detained by the Myanmar Military coupe after she was accused of being involved in the fraudulent elections that took place last year on November 20th, 2020.