The judgment of the military court in Myanmar for various illegal acts, Aung San Suu Kyi has been conveyed a four years jail, involving illegal ownership of walkie-talkies, the new decision in a series of cases that would make her life to spend in imprisonment.
Since 1st February, she has been clenched by the military, when it removes her democratically elected government, driving the country into anarchy.
The 76 years old lady has been targeted with a number of charges that her advocates have earlier narrated as foolish.
As per the Associated Press, Aung San Suu Kyi was found guilty for the charges made on her like illegal acquiring and importing walkie-talkies, and breaking the rules of coronavirus, on Monday.
However, there has been insufficient information about the activities in her case, which can’t be retrieved by observers or media. Her advocates were also been stopped from interacting with the journalists.
The decision on Monday list at the top of judgment was passed during in the month of December when ‘Aung San Suu Kyi’ found guilty for incitation and another one charge for breaking the covid-19 restrictions. She was punished for four years in prison, although this was divided into two years and ‘Min Aung Hlaing’ the junta chief stated that she could give out her word under home and arrest in the capital, at Naypyidaw. Yet it is not disclosed where she has adhered.
However, December’s judgment gave rise to opposition among the peoples, who were claimed by booming pots and pans. Commonly the act is expected to drive the bad spirits away and its also utilized to convey opposition to the military. The decision was also criticized by right groups and UN, US, and EU.
On Monday, Phil Robertson, the deputy Asia director for the Human Rights Watch, explained the cause as a “courtroom circus of the confidential activities on bogus charges”, created to eliminate her as a political hazard.
Her National League for Democracy party has earned an extensive victory in November 2020 in elections, but the military rejected to trust the result.
However, the takeover has given rise to mass street protests all over the country, which further met dangerous violence by the military and thousands of arrests. As per the Assistance Association for the Political Prisoners, since February 1447 people have been killed by the military, and 11,421 people were arrested.
Robertson addressed, “the junta was prohibited human rights of everyone, from the other elected authorities of the early government and Aung San Suu Kyi to activists on the streets.”
Whereas, Aung San Suu Kyi, who has earlier spent 15 years of her life in detention campaigning in opposition to the military, is also going through charges, involving claims of fraud of elections, corruption, and prohibiting the legal secrets Act.
If it found guilty in those cases, she would be clenched by the junta for the rest of her life.