Yangon, which has been relatively quiet following recent shootings, is reviving with a car strike. Cars on the streets of Yangon set a timing and honk. They are raising three fingers and opposing the dictator in any way they can. The insurgents have used various methods to clear public roads to keep their machinery running.
Yangon has been quiet for some time, but anti-military protests erupted in international cities yesterday. Burmese protest in New York, Tokyo and Taiwan. There are still gun shootings in Mandalay. Today, four more people were killed in insurgent violence at Mya Yi Nanda Estate near Aung Pin Lal. The cars in the house were also destroyed for no reason.
At least 10 people are killed every day across the country by fascist militant groups. The total death toll is close to 300.
How much more will it cost people to regain democracy?