The army searched Suu Kyi’s party headquarters

Myanmar’s military has raided the headquarters of Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD). The NLD alleged that the door was broken into on Tuesday night and the office was searched and looted.

According to the NLD, no leader or activist of the party was present during the operation. News from the BBC

Thousands of people in the country have been protesting the military coup since the NLD was ousted from the government, and Suu Kyi’s party office has been hit. So far no information has been released about the whereabouts of the detained leaders and Suu Kyi has not been seen since the coup last week.

The NLD wrote on their Facebook page that the military dictatorship searched and ransacked the NLD headquarters around 9.30am. However, no further details were said.

The search took place between 8pm and 4am local time during the night curfew across the country.

Gatherings of more than five people are still banned in the country. However, protests continued and thousands of protesters took to the streets on Tuesday for the fourth day. The police also used extensive force. However, the protesters could not be removed.

On February 1, the Myanmar army seized power in a military coup. On the day of the coup, the party’s top leaders, including President Wint Mint, State Councilor and NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi, were detained.

Dhaka Times / 10 February / AK


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