MYANMAR – The National League for Democracy (NLD) Party reported on June 13 that a total of 1,200 members of the NLD party, including Members of Parliament (MPs), were among the people abducted and detained by the coup junta council.
The Human Rights Documentary Team (NLD – HRDT) has presented that a total of 13,534 people have been lawlessly and unjustly abducted and detained by junta regime as they were against and did not accept the military coup, and 4,332 out of them had been freed, while 9,202 people are still under detention.
According to the statement, 77 MPs were included among the abducted 1,200 NLD’s members.
A total of 3,818 people were unprovokedly slaughtered during the time of their abductions, including two MPs and a total of 93 NLD’s members, according to the statement.
In addition, 625 people were seized their assets including houses by the nefarious junta regime, including 171 MPs and a total of 333 NLD’s members, were seized their belongings.
In the list of NLD’s members whose houses and assets were confiscated, Mr. Myint San, who passed away on May 17 while sheltering in Thailand territory, the former Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation, Tanintharyi Division during NLD Government regime, was included.
The junta regime sealed off and seized Mr. Myint San house in Min Yat Village of Launglon Township in November 2021.
The NLD – HRDT has claimed that the reported figures were compiled from 1 February 2021 to 31 May 2023.