Myanmar army accuses Suu Kyi: Army says Suu Kyi illegally took Rs 4.36 crore

Myanmar army accuses Suu Kyi: Army says Suu Kyi illegally took Rs 4.36 crore
State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, who was removed from the post of military rule in Myanmar, has been accused by the army of illegally taking 4 crore 36 lakh rupees. She has also been accused of wrongly taking gold. However, no evidence has been offered. It is also not told from whom and why this amount was taken.

According to media reports, after the removal of Suu Kyi from the post on 1 February, the army has now made these serious allegations. Brigadier General Joo Min Tun has also accused President Win Mint and several cabinet ministers of corruption.

Suu Kyi's party, the National League for Democrats, won a landslide victory in the elections held last year. The army claims to have committed fraud in elections. At the same time, the Independent International Observer denies any irregularity in the election, rejecting the Army's claim.

Suu Kyi has been kept in an undisclosed location for the past 5 weeks. She faces several charges, including illegally possessing radio equipment and breaking the Covid-19 rules.

The army has not spoken in any way about the ongoing protests in many cities of Myanmar. There are frequent protesters protesting against the military coup. They are appealing to the military rulers to restore democracy in Myanmar.

So far, more than 60 people have died in these demonstrations. Security forces have arrested more than 2 thousand people. On Thursday, 7 people died during the protest.

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