In one of my hometown townships in Yangon, bombs are going off continuously these days. While the whole country is rebelling against the military council, the urban guerrillas are restless. courts, they are targeting meter offices. Because they didn’t see the urban guerillas who had successfully bombed the city, the rebels shamed the public and arrested motorcycles on the street for no reason. As before, they are not only arresting motorcycles traveling on the main roads, they are also arresting them in the neighborhoods. As a result, the public and those who make a living from motorcycles are all in trouble.
In addition, the worst part of this day is the shortage of gasoline in Yangon. Starting from November 10th, there has been a shortage of gasoline for about 7 days now. Many gas stations are running out of fuel, so cars are queuing up at the ones that are available. In the case of motorcycles, we can’t even put them in street shops. At the shops, we are paying about four thousand kyats per liter. In the past, if the machine ran out of oil, it would only last for three or four days at most, but now it has been up to a week. Later, the fuel shortage will gradually worsen.