1,200 people reportedly killed in Myanmar coup

 Myanmar's military could be preparing for an attack aimed at its opponents. The u.n human rights office believes that this attack could be imminent. The warning comes amid a buildup of heavy weapons and troops observed across the country. The agency has warned that the deployment of troops and artilleries by the Myanmar military into the qin state, central zargaine city, and maguey regions may pose a threat in these areas.

  Are You and human rights spokeswoman has said that the agency documented intensifying attacks by the army in the chin, state, and other areas? The deployment of two special operations commanders in these areas has escalated: the rise of potential attacks on civilians and opponents. What has happened now, over the past few days, we've seen a real reinforcement, a substantial deployment of heavy weapons and troops In these areas in the townships um that I mentioned um and what has prompted us to speak out again um today about this, is that there Have been two special operations: commanders um, who have been reportedly directed to address the conflict in these areas, and the deployment of these high-level commanders coupled with the internet shutdown and the deployment of heavy arms to this area, has really. You know led us to become very alarmed And concerned that there may be an imminent attack, a very serious attack against the civilian population. According to the human rights office, mass detentions of civilians have stepped up since September 7Th. These escalating atrocities have coincided with the declaration of a people's defensive war against the ruling Myanmar military regime. Myanmar has been under political chaos since February 1st when a junta-led military coup asked the elected government of Aung san su chi from power. The coup ended a brief decade-long experiment of democracy in the Southeast Asian nation. Over one thousand, two hundred people have been reportedly killed in several military crackdowns in the region. Since then, the growing atrocities have also unleashed a worsening humanitarian crisis in the region.

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