Security forces detain people with anti-government documents

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Protest crowd in Meiktila.

Some unscrupulous persons keep perpetrating destructive elements, and some rioters intentionally draw anti-government letters on public roads, government and public buildings, hang and scatter the vinyl or posters in the streets to affect the stability of the State.
The security forces crack down the riots and violence in line with the law to ensure the stability of the State and community peace and detain those distributing anti-government slogans or letters.
The police raided the house of Soe Win, who lives at No (2) Ward of North Okkalapa Township in Yangon Region on 1 May and arrested him together with 129 papers bearing voter lists of No (2) Ward of North Okkalapa Township, 2 hand speakers, 3 spray bottles, 2 posters bearing anti-government slogans and other materials.
Similarly, about 35 people staged a strike in Aung Zeya Ward of Meiktila Township of Mandalay Region.
The security forces dispersed the protest crowd under the law.
Moreover, about 50 people marched to protest in Kyaik Pauk Village in Bago Township of Bago Region.
The police dispersed the crowd and detained three men, including Than Htut Aung, who lives in Maha Zedi Ward of Bago Township and one woman.
Those arrested will face actions according to the law. — MNA

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