More than 100 People, including children, killed after Military Airstrikes in Myanmar

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In February 2021, Myanmar Army staged a coup in the country

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More than 100 people, including many children, have been killed in airstrikes carried out by the Myanmar army on Tuesday. According to ANI, these people had gone to attend a function organized against the military regime. Along with this, the UN human rights chief has condemned the deadly airstrikes in Myanmar. Volker Turk said that the reports of airstrikes on civilians were very disturbing. He said that school children were also present in the program where the bombs were thrown.

In fact, in February 2021, the Myanmar army staged a coup in the country. After this he had seized power. Since then, there have been protests against the military rule in Myanmar. Along with this, the army is taking action against the people's protest. According to media reports, more than three thousand civilians have been killed in the last two years.

According to information, the office of the National Unity Government (NUG) was destroyed in this air strike. He said that at the time of the attack, more than 150 people, including women and children, were present at the incident site, out of which more than 100 people have died. He said that the dead included leaders of armed groups and other political organizations opposed to the military regime.