Yesterday, the de facto government declared martial law in other districts such as Hlaing Than Yar, where several textile factories burned, including some owned by Chinese investors.
The Chinese Embassy called on the military authorities to guarantee the security of Chinese properties and citizens.
The Civil Disobedience Movement, which organizes the demonstrations against the Junta throughout the country, held the military directly responsible for the fires.
Despite state terrorism and martial law, the Burmese took to the streets again to demand the end of the dictatorship.
On Monday, local outlet Irrawaddy reported that police and soldiers opened fire on those taking part in a protest in Myingyan. Three people have died. The number of injured citizens, however, has not yet been determined.
tw // sensitive content // death Myanmar military junta shot a civilian and drag along the ground tonight. Not sure whether alive or dead. The woman in the video said he is dead and take away the dead body without cloths. BLOODTHIRSTY JUNTA#WhatsHappeningInMyanmar#Mar15Couppic.twitter.com/7epXs1Mtki