People strongly Condemn Vandalism of Insurgents of Terrorists on Pagodas, Stupas and Religious Buildings

Insurgents of terrorists willfully launched drone attacks and mortar attacks on pagodas, stupas, temples sacred to Myanmar Buddhist people and other religious buildings including churches in some regions and states. Moreover, they commit destructive acts towards Buddhism by taking position at religious buildings as their military bases. Therefore, Buddhist people including monks cannot tolerate such intentional attacks on Buddhism and condemn those acts at rallies in regions and states. In this regard:

  • On 15 January, people staged rally at Kyunhla Town of Kantbalu District of Sagaing Region.
  • On 16 January, people staged rallies at Myitkyina of Kachin State, Loilem and Langkho of Shan State (South) Pyin Oo Lwin of Mandalay Region and Taungoo of Bago Region.

The people of rally demonstrated in peaceful manner holding the placards and shouting out the slogans saying “We don’t want terrorist groups which vandalize nationality, language and religion,” “Oppose destructive evils who insult our national sovereignty,” “Those who vandalize and destroy pagodas and Buddha statues which are sacred to Buddhist people (Our Enemy),” “ Those who destroy our language, our religion, our culture (Oppose them),” and “Traitors who abet acts of terrorism (we don’t want)”, it is reported.

Source: Myawady Daily Newspaper (17-1-2024)

 

  • People including monks strongly condemn insurgents of terrorists who willfully committed acts of vandalism on pagodas, stupas, temples sacred to Myanmar Buddhist people and other religious buildings including churches in regions and states.
  • The people of rally demonstrated in peaceful manner holding the placards and shouting out the slogans saying “Those who vandalize and destroy pagodas and Buddha statues which are sacred to Buddhist people (Our Enemy),” “ Those who destroy our language, our religion, our culture (Oppose them),” and “Traitors who abet acts of terrorism (we don’t want)”.
engdate: 
Thursday, January 18, 2024 - 08:30
month: 
January, 2024