Protesters in Myanmar, opposing the military coup have said they will continue nonviolent protests despite the ban on gatherings, on Tuesday.
On Tuesday morning, crowd was starting to fill the downtown Yangon by the protestors against the Military coup.
The coup on February 1 and detention of elected chancellor Aung San Suu Kyi has sparked protests and civil disobedience over the country.
News is out in the city of Yangon that the troops are heading from the Myanmar’s capital Naypyidaw but the public has vowed to protest.
“If he loses, it’s the death penalty. But if we lose, we will be enslaved. This match can’t be drawn, we will fight till the end.” One of the Protestors said in the Yangon.
Police barricades have been erected around the City Hall, which has been occupied by the Military more than a week ago.
Myanmar’s State Newspaper has announced that the towns in Yangon and the State of Kayah would be subject to the curfew.
Junta leader Min Aung Hlaing made a promise to hold the new election at the first address after seizing the power.