Ceremony in honor and remembrance of lawyer U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win

U Tun Kyi reads the biography of U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win at the ceremony in honor and remembrance of U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win. Photo: Zaw Gyi
U Tun Kyi reads the biography of U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win at the ceremony in honor and remembrance of U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win. Photo: Zaw Gyi

A ceremony in honor and remembrance of National League for Democracy legal advisor lawyer U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win was held yesterday afternoon in Taw Win Rose Hall, Bahan Township.
First the union flag was saluted and then Bogyoke Aung San and the fallen martyrs were saluted. Monks, peoples and students who had fell throughout the successive fights for democracy were saluted and an eight seconds of silence was observed in honor and remembrance of lawyer U Ko Ni and taxi driver U Nay Win.
Next, on behalf of the event organizing committee (committee member) U Tun Kyi explained about the reason for holding the event and read the biography of U Ko Ni and U Nay Win.
Afterwards, leaders of the four main religions delivered speeches in honor and remembrance of the two men.
Message sent by State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was then read by event organizing committee member Daw Ohnma Aye.
This was followed by speeches of US Ambassador Scot Marciel and peoples from all strata that were in attendance.
Former political prisoners and people from all strata who cherish truth and justice jointly organized the event with an aims for the development of truth and justice, acceptance and respect of differences, development of love for the country based on the people, aversion against terrorists and terrorism, unity of all religions and to live together peacefully.
The event was attended by leaders of religions, ambassadors and diplomats from embassies in Yangon, people from all strata and people who want justice and truth it is learnt.—Zaw Gyi

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