Police injured in Mandalay protest

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Relevant regional commanders are seen comforting the injured police member in PyinOoLwin on 9 February. Photo: MNA

The protests that seem to harm the stability of the State, security of people, the rule of law, community peace and tranquillity currently occur in some large cities of the nation. Therefore, Section 144 of Criminal Procedure and a ban on gatherings of 5 or more people have been imposed, and Myanmar Police Force conduct security measures the whole day.
During the angry protest in Mahaaungmye of Mandalay Region on 9 February, the police were injured and security vehicles damaged. Those injured were being treated at military hospitals in Mandalay and PyinOoLwin. The relevant regional commanders comforted and provided food aids to the injured police yesterday.
One of the police who is currently under the medical treatment of ICU of Pyin Oo Lwin military hospital is unlikely to survive a wound to the head.
The military medics make best efforts not to lose a loyal civil service person.
The people need to be cautious as the angry protests occur across the nation, and some of the demonstrators peacefully staged a strike while some intentionally conducted protests to explode into unrest, according to the Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services statement.—MNA/GNLM

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