Myanmar ethnic minority armed forces stated that if the military continues to shoot anti-coup demonstrators, they will never sit idly by.
Saturday (27th) is the 76th anniversary of the founding of the Myanmar Army. The Myanmar military held an Army Day parade in Nay Pyi Taw. However, the independent media “Myanmar Today” said that at least 50 anti-coup demonstrators still died in the security forces that day. Under the gun.
The Chairman of the Shan State Reconstruction Committee/Southern Shan State Army (RCSS), Sao Yawd Serk, said in an interview with Reuters on Saturday: “Myanmar’s Army Building Day is not a military day. It is more like a day when they take the lives of their people.”
Zhao Yaoshi also said that Burmese soldiers “are not the guardians of democracy but the perpetrators.”
Zhao Yaoshi said: “If they continue to shoot at the demonstrators and continue to oppress the people, I believe that all ethnic minorities will not stand by.”
In a speech at the military parade on Saturday, the commander-in-chief of the Myanmar National Defence Force, Min Aung Lai, promised again that the general election would be held and that state power would be transferred to the new winning party.