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students arrested under section 143, Section 145, Section 147, Section 332, Section 505 (b) Section 143 is the maximum sentenced to 6 months, Fines, 2, both stroke Section 145 is the maximum sentenced to 2 years, Fines, 2 stroke Section 147 is the maximum sentenced to 2 years, Fines, 2, both stroke Section 332 is the maximum sentenced to 3 years, Fines, 2, both stroke Section 505 (b), the maximum sentenced to 2 years, Fines, 2, both stroke You can set a total of 9 years 6 months in prison.

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11042977_811335888904036_1509722159061041010_n State media: 127 are arrested in Letpadan. 10./3/2015 More than 400 Police crackdown on protest camp Letpadan today ,near local monastery. The protesters began their sit-in just over a week ago on a road near a monastery in Letpadan after police barred them from marching to Yangon 1907471_811263695577922_2529554815858768849_n 11061333_811263658911259_9106184312713817010_n Photocredit Student union  – not use for commercial

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The police violently cracked down the main student protesters’ column blocked in Letpadan in the afternoon on March 10, beating and arresting not only the students but also the journalists covering news, bringing the number of about 50 people detained. The police started beating the students trying to join the main student protesters’ column while finding confronted by the main student boycott column in the afternoon. Beating and arresting monks and journalists apart from the students The police were forcibly beating and arresting the Buddhist monks and local people from Letpadan joining hands with the students starting at 1.30 pm. According to the reports gained up to 3 pm, the six injured were rushed to Letpadan People’s Hospital. A plan was being made to send a seriously injured woman to Yangon General Hospital. The students and the journalists fled to the nearest monastery and houses, but the police chased after them and beat them. The students in the ambulance were also beaten and arrested. “I fled to the monastery after being beaten. Around me, I saw the female student crying and she told me that she was beaten with a baton. I pulled her and ran to the monastery. The crowd dispersed. A number of the protesters followed me. But the monastery was raided by the police and I had to run again,” a student who was beaten by the police said at about 2.30 pm. He added that his elder brother and younger brother were also beaten. It was not easy to save them. The police beat all they saw. The Buddhist monks were also beaten. Two thirds of the student protesters were thought to be arrested. Moreover, the journalists arriving at the scene said that the reporters were being beaten and arrested. At least one reporter was arrested and five were missing. The journalists are hiding Continue reading “#UPDATE #MYANMAR #MEDIA #RUN #IMAGES #CRACKDOWN #STUDENT #LETPADAN”