Myanmar: Protestors set fire to 32 factories in China, causing billions of damage

Supporting a military coup in Myanmar seems to be overshadowing China. China is suffering losses after the attacks on a total of 32 Chinese-invested factories. Pro-democracy protesters have vented their anger at Chinese factories for assisting Myanmar’s ruthless army.

There are about 32 Chinese-invested factories in the Myanmar city of Yangon have been attacked. The protesters set fire to these factories and looted several factories as well. Actually, China is being described as the hand behind the coup in Myanmar, which for a long time was not happy with the democratized government there.

There are about 32 Chinese-invested factories in the Myanmar city of Yangon have been attacked. The protesters set fire to these factories and looted several factories as well. Actually, China is being described as the hand behind the coup in Myanmar, which for a long time was not happy with the democratized government there.

According to the Chinese Embassy in Myanmar, China has lost over Rs 260 crore in attacks on a total of 32 factories in Yangon. Two Chinese nationals working in these factories have also been injured.

On the other hand, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has called on the Myanmar army to stop the attack and ensure the safety of Chinese employees and enterprises. At the same time, China has also called for punishing the protesters who attacked.

Following this decision of the Chinese government, the military government of Myanmar has declared martial law in these factories. The general people of Myanmar have strongly condemned this statement from China. Outrage against China is increasing daily among the people of Myanmar.

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