Myanmar Military Rulers Attempted to Move 1 Billion Dollar: The dictatorship of Myanmar Military is increasing continuously in Myanmar. Here the military government is using brutal methods to silence thousands of people who are opposing the coup. In which more than 50 people have died so far. It is now reported that a few days after the coup on 1 February, the military rulers tried to transfer nearly $ 1 billion from the Federal Reserve Bank in New York, USA. After which the US authorities have freeze the fund.
Three people who have knowledge of the case have told this. These people also include an officer of the US government. Along with this, the US has also imposed trade sanctions against the military government. This step has been taken when the military regime has killed dozens of people a day earlier. The Commerce Department here has also imposed control over the exports of Myanmar's Ministry of Defense and Home Affairs, as well as two military-linked companies. Restricted goods also include products used by the army.
What did America say?
The day before, the US had said about Myanmar (US on Myanmar) that it is shocked and deeply saddened to see the horrific violence being perpetrated against the people of Myanmar in a peaceful manner to restore the civilian rule. Last month, action has intensified against protesters protesting against the military coup in Myanmar. On Wednesday alone, security forces killed at least 33 protesters.
'We are shocked and sad'
US State Department spokesman Ned Prize said, "The pictures and news that are being received are shocking." We are shocked and saddened to see the horrific violence being inflicted on the Burmese people by making a peaceful call to restore the civilian government. Prize said, 'We call on all countries to unite in condemnation of the barbaric violence being perpetrated by the Burmese (Myanmar) army against their own people and demand accountability on the action of the army, due to which in Burma Many people have had to lose their lives.