According to Human Rights official, they have credible information that 18 peaceful protesters were killed and 30 injured by Myanmar forces during anti-coup protests. Mass arrests were also done during these protests.
Videos and photos were posted on social media showing police firing tear gas and water cannons while trying to clear the streets as well as shell casings from live ammunition used in assault rifles.
Protesters were seen running as police charged at them and residents setting up makeshift roadblocks to slow their advance.
These protests again started in Yangon on Sunday morning and spread to other parts of the city. Hledan Center intersection in Yangon has become the gathering point for protesters.
Aung San Suu Kyi was seen for the first time since the coup began as she appeared in court via video link.
2 more new charges were announced against Aung San Suu Kyi who was arrested on 1st February 2021.