A group of people held a rally in downtown Yangon yesterday in support of State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s handling Rakhine issue and in protest against the terrorists attacks in northern Rakhine.
“We conducted this rally to show our support to our government and the Tatmadaw for their security measures taken in the northern Rakhine State to provide security to civilians,” said U Aung Myaing, a writer, who led the rally.
During the rally, the people sang the national anthem and observed one minute silence praying for those who were killed by ARSA terrorists in northern Rakhine.
“No terrorist attack should not be occurred in Myanmar. We are very sorry for the ethnic people and Hindus who were brutally killed by ARSA extremist terrorists,” said Comedian U Htet Htet.
The people, holding the portraits of Indian Prime Minister Mr Modi, Russian President Mr Bladima Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping, expressing their thanks to the leaders for their support to Myanmar.
Rallies in support of State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi were held nationwide.
Zaw Gyi (Panita)