Myanmar: A nun kneels down to rescue protesters

Myanmar: A nun kneels down to rescue protesters
The demonstrations against the army in Myanmar have no name. So far, many protesters have been killed, even though these people have taken to the streets to protect democracy. On Monday, on orders from the army, the armed police used force to suppress the protest, but this time they faced a protest that put the policemen in trouble for some time. In fact, Sister In Rose No Tawang stood between the protesters and the police as a wall. She even told the cops that they could commit suicide, but don't shoot children.  Sister Tawang's bravery is commended the world over. When the police arrived in Myitkyina to pursue the protesters, the sister understood what was going to happen. She was worried about the innocent people who'd performed it. So, stretched out in white robes and black habits, the sister sat in the middle of the road every day and began to plead not to shoot. Seeing them this way, the policemen also got into trouble. They did not understand whether to obey the orders of the army or listen to the pleas of the sister.  Sister Tawang said her only goal is to save the children. She said, 'I told the police that instead of killing and torturing children, they could commit suicide with my life. You can shoot me. Significantly, on Monday, a large number of people gathered in Myitkyina against the coup. The demonstrators were demanding the release of the detained leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi. Then the police arrived there in large numbers and began to use force against the protesters. Seeing this, Sister N Rose couldn't get away from No Tawang and she appealed to the police in a unique way.  Seeing the sister sitting on the floor like this, the policemen also thought for a while. The officers folded their hands and told the sister that they should do this to stop the demonstration. A little later, a police shooting started, killing two people. Sister Tawang expressed her grief over the police action saying, 'She passed away the same day the army started killing innocent people.  The Myanmar military has warned the protesters several times even though these people have taken to the streets. At least 60 people have died so far, and given the way the army is behaving, it would not be wrong to say that this number could be much higher in the coming days. On Sunday, police arrested a large number of protesters by taking over hospitals and university campuses. Let me tell you that due to the coup and the violence, many countries of the world have banned military leaders in Myanmar. Regardless, the international community is constantly calling on the army not to use force against the demonstrators, but the army is not ready to listen to anything.

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