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People say, I don't know, right or wrong, that martial law is a punishment that, once applied, is repeated. The latest example is Burma, whose modern name is Myanmar, where elections were held and what happened was new. Time is running out. Elections were held, the ruling party won on Dinke's injury and its success had not even begun when the same familiar slogan was raised. That is, "the election has been rigged." Following the example of the United States, the world should become accustomed to this slogan and shake it like a fly in the ointment. He got up and suspended the constitution, declared a state of emergency in the country, detained the rulers and it is not known at what time martial law was imposed in Burma. But this time a new scene has emerged. We have seen many times that when democracy is trampled in this way, there must be some elements in the country who are pro-martial law and the voice of the army is heard. But this is not the first time in Burma that we have seen such a scene. People have taken to the streets demanding the army be removed from the scene. The country's most popular leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, is being held captive by the military, and people are demanding her release. The army has just announced that this martial law has been imposed for some time, after which the democratic system will return with a bang. The truth is that our ears are pricked up when we hear such ugly interpretations.
Myanmar Declares Martial Law
Yes, we have heard a voice rising from a corner. What I said at the beginning is that martial law is also a punishment. The torment that befell this country after the way the Burmese people devastated and destroyed the Muslims who have been living in the country for a long time, the cruelty with which they blew their property and the desecration of their daughters-in-law Will be less The intellect is astonished that a Buddhist who believes that the death of an insect under his feet is a sin, a nation that wears a cloth over its nose so that no flying insect enters its nose and dies, when blood falls in the eyes of that nation. He set aside all religions and beliefs and trampled on human values so badly that even countries that generally do not sympathize with Muslims could not remain silent on this atrocity. It was Aung San Suu Kyi who became the greatest human rights activist. , Became supporters of those who broke the oppression of Muslims. He had received the World Peace Award, even the recipients of the award remained silent. The woman was given a great honor by a British university and was taken back. Aung San Suu Kyi did not change her attitude, but her popularity among the Buddhist population increased. Meanwhile, the plight of the displaced Muslims who took refuge in Bangladesh increased. International organizations helped them, but the flood-like refugees in Bangladesh were not acceptable. Now they are being loaded onto boats and sent to a distant island where they will be cut off from the rest of the world. Now someone may call him a weak believer or something, whenever the mountains of oppression on the human race have been broken, nature He must have been punished. Whether the Burmese believe it or not, the sighs of the bereaved families will bring color and will surely bring it. Well, a country with a very long border with China and which China has been doing favors to, it seems difficult for this country to have stability. The soul of the Indian King Bahadur Shah Zafar, buried in this land, must have groaned once in sorrow. In Rangoon, the capital of Myanmar, now called Yangon, one would have thought that Gautama Buddha had also turned a blind eye to Burma.
One thing to consider here. Why is there anxiety everywhere in the world? Protests against the lockdown are taking place in European countries. People have lost their jobs, the evenings of the youth have been ruined, the women and children trapped in their homes have suffered from mental and nervous disorders. No matter how many governments are faltering in South America, Africa has always been called the darkest continent, so its darkness never diminishes and news of civil wars is coming from all sides. The whole system is divided into tribes and each tribe is thirsty for the blood of the other. Farmers have lined up against each other. Thousands of farmers have reached the capital and it is not known what form this front will take.