Mass demonstration for union peace held in Yangon

Veterans on wheel-chairs carrying photographs of Bogyoke Aung San, Thakin Ko Taw Hmine, President U Thein Sein and Senior General Min Aung Hlaing take part in mass demonstration for union peace.—mna
Veterans on wheel-chairs carrying photographs of Bogyoke Aung San, Thakin Ko Taw Hmine, President U Thein Sein and Senior General Min Aung Hlaing take part in mass demonstration for union peace.—MNA

Yangon, 8 Feb — Mass movement for peace of the union took place from 3.20 pm to 3.35 pm at Bo Sein Hman Sport Grounds on Shwegondine Road in Bahan Township on Saturday.
Present at the movement were about 3,000 people including U Zeyar Win Myint (Secretary of National Promotion Party) and members, Chairman U Win Ko Ko Latt, Vice Chairman U Chit Ko Ko, and members Ma Hnin Nay Chi Oo, Ma Thi Thi Oo and Saw Thar Maung of Myanma National Network, U Myint Zaw (Patriotic Buddhist Association), U Zaw Win (Patriotic Youths Network), Secretary (2) U Nay Min Kyaw and CEC U Toe Toe of National Democratic Force Party, people who wish for peace and veterans including retired Captains Tin Ko Win and Ye Moe, 20 monks from Patriotic Monk Union led by U Thu Seikta and U Tin Soe (MNTV) of the media.
The demonstrators marched three people in a roll along Bo Teza Street, Bo Sein Hman Street, U Chit Maung Street, West Race Court Street to Hittai Grounds (Kyaikkasan Grounds).
During the demonstration, veterans on wheel-charis carried flags and photographs of Bogyoke Aung San, Thakin Ko Taw Hmine, President U Thein Sein and Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, 4-foot x 2-foot blue banners that say “Stop civil war immediately”  and “Take public interests into account”, 5-foot x 3-foot banners that say “We hate wars”, “Ceasefire, reduce prejudice” and “We want peace” and chanting slogans “Union Peace, Our cause”, Signing Ceasefire Agreement, Our cause” and “Peace Building must be successful”. MNA

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