After the coup in Myanmar, there is increasing tension and unrest across the country. People are now protesting against the army by walking to the streets after which the Internet services were banned on the orders of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Min Aung Hlaing. Not only this, but the army is also targeting the close friends of Myanmar's biggest leader
Aung San Suu. In a message sent to Suu Kyi's Australian consultant Sean Turnell, he spoke to a news agency, that he had been taken into custody.
Without naming Terrell, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne issued a statement protesting against the willfulness of Australians and other foreign nationals in Myanmar. He told that the Ambassador of Myanmar was convened to convey the suspicion over it. During this, he moreover said that in Myanmar we are more anxious about the situation of Australians who have been imprisoned in the police station.
Riots by the population against the military coup in Myanmar twisted violent, after which the military banned the Internet. Various presentations took niche in Melbourne, Australia, and Taiwan's capital Taipei to rebel against the military coup. After 70 doctors and staff from the hospital refuse to work, last weekend's people's protest turned out to be the form of a civil disobedience movement. Each night, people used to protest in outrage about this judgment of the military.
The army coup has bestowed growth to bitterness against Myanmar's military internationally. The United States has strived burden by the UN Security Council to evaluate approvals against Myanmar and to press for the discharge of all the prisoners.
Myanmar saw its enormous riot over a decade on Sunday as tens of thousands of protestors took to the roads in numerous cities naming for the waiver of confined civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
In Yangon, nearly 100,000 rioters were collected in a region of the city’s downtown called the staging grounds for prior pro-democracy revolts. The showing at Sule Pagoda, which has persisted peacefully so far, commemorates the biggest riot there from the monk-led, anti-junta demonstrations in 2007 as the fraction of the Saffron Revolution.
Clips of the demonstrations bombed over social media as internet passage was restored in the afternoon after the military-run administration formerly throttled the access.
One of the two entirely foreign-owned telecommunications companies, Telenor Myanmar declared on Sunday afternoon that Internet services had been restored in Myanmar.
The coup in Myanmar has deepened uncertainties between the two countries The United States and China. Clarified that China has personal ties with the Myanmar troops. Secretary of the United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken condemned leading Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi on a phone call to denounce the coup.
This tension may cause more uneven devastations, or the nationalist has to accept the determinations of the army personnel? Hard to tell but have to wait for the aftermath of it.