Things are worsening after the coup in Myanmar on 1 February. The army opened fire on those opposing the military coup. Some people have died in the incident and a large number of people have been injured. Meanwhile, trains of the International Red Cross were also targeted.
The Myanmar Army has blocked the Internet in the country since the coup. The Army held the press conference twice and was live-streaming both times. During this time, an attempt was made to tell the world through internet that everything is going right in the country.
There was twice firing on Saturday. First time in Mandalay city and second time in a town some distance away from it. Mandalay is the second largest city in the country and is mostly inhabited by business communities. It is believed that curfew can be imposed in most parts of the country on Monday or Tuesday. Army sources have indicated this.