5 January , Kathmandu. A daily newspaper in Myanmar, which is under military rule, has published an unsent greeting message in the name of Nepal’s President Bidya Devi Bhandari. On the occasion of Myanmar’s 75th Independence Day, a greeting message was published in Myanmar’s pro-government daily newspaper ‘Myanmar Alino’ on Wednesday.
In the ‘Myanmar Alino’ magazine published by the Ministry of Communication of Myanmar, a greeting message has been published in the name of Nepal’s President Bhandari and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda. In the message of good wishes, it is also mentioned that the military leader there, General Min Aung Hlaing, was wished for good health.
It is mentioned in the newspaper published news – ‘On the occasion of the 75th Diamond Independence Day of Myanmar, we wish our dear friend (General Min Aung Hlaing), martyrs and all the people of Myanmar a happy Independence Day. We wish good health to our dear friend and wish all the people of Myanmar the future progress.’
The daily newspaper ‘Myanmar Alino’ is the mouthpiece of the Myanmar military. The military government has banned all other press there. Along with Nepal, the message of greetings from the governments of Russia and Cambodia has also been published in the magazine. In the congratulatory message published in this way, after addressing General Min Aung Hri Laing as well, the message of the Nepal government’s support for the military government there has been conveyed. So far, many countries have not supported the military government’s decision to detain the democratic leader Suu Kyi.
President Office Shital Niwas said that no such message has been sent from Nepal to Myanmar. President’s communication advisor Tika Dhakal told Online News that no such message was sent through President Bhandari. “The President’s office has not sent any such message to the Myanmar government,” he said.
Myanmar’s democratic leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been detained by the military government since February 2021. It is being opposed from all over the world. 77-year-old Nobel laureate Suu Kyi has spent most of her life under house arrest in the capital Naypyidaw.
Just last Friday, Myanmar’s military court sentenced him to another 7 years in prison. A military court found him guilty of corruption after a minister of his government did not follow the rules when hiring a helicopter. With this, his total prison sentence has reached 33 years.
He had already been convicted and sentenced on 14 charges including not following the rules of Covid. An 18-month long investigation and trial was conducted on 19 charges leveled against him by the military government. The United Nations requested Suu Kyi’s release only last week.
This is the greeting message