People took to the streets for the second day in a row against the military coup in Myanmar
Thousands took to the streets in Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon and other cities to protest the military coup, despite the closure of internet services and telephone lines in Myanmar.
According to the news agency, people in different cities of the country protested against the military coup and this protest includes young boys and girls.
Protesters marched through the streets and bazaars, chanting slogans against the military coup and demanding the release of Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Heavy contingents of police have been deployed and the main points of the barriers to bndkrdyy the demonstrators to mntsrkrnykylyy police fired into the air and arrested several protesters.
Reports say that for the first time since the 2007 Buddhist revolution in Myanmar, such a large number of demonstrations are taking place.
To quell the protests, the military has banned social media websites and suspended internet services across the country, and more than 160 people have been detained so far.
Last week, the military seized power in Myanmar and detained Aung San Suu Kyi.