Suu Kyi, opposition leader in Myanmar, under house arrest, released from jail due to severe heat wave


Famous leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was ousted from power in Myanmar, is in jail. Due to the scorching heat in Myanmar, he will now be taken out of jail and kept under house arrest. Myanmar has pardoned more than three thousand prisoners this week.

Leader aung san suu ki

India and neighboring countries are currently in the grip of extreme heat. The condition of summer is such that drought has already started in many states. Meanwhile, in Myanmar too, the heat has made everyone's condition miserable. Famous leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was ousted from power in Myanmar, is in jail. He has been mentioned here because he has been thrown out of jail due to the heat. Aung San Suu Kyi will now be kept under house arrest due to the scorching heat. This information has been given in the official information.

Myanmar's military government said on Wednesday that leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been moved from prison to house arrest for health reasons amid the extreme heatwave. The military government this week pardoned more than 3,000 prisoners during its traditional New Year celebrations.

Decision taken due to extreme heat

Army spokesman Major General Zaw Min Tun told representatives of foreign media late on Tuesday that Win Myint, who was president during the tenure of Suu Kyi and her government, was among the elderly prisoners who were transferred from prison to house arrest due to the extreme heat. Has been placed in. However, this step has not been publicly announced in Myanmar.

House arrest

The step to keep Suu Kyi under house arrest has been taken at a time when the army is facing a major defeat in the fight against democracy supporters and their ethnic minority guerrilla forces. Let us tell you that in 2021, the army took power in Myanmar by ousting the elected government and imprisoning Suu Kyi. After this action of the army, there were demonstrations across the country. After which the army took strict action against the people who were protesting peacefully demanding the restoration of democracy.

27 years jail sentence

The country's leader Suu Kyi is serving a 27-year prison sentence on various counts in a specially constructed cell of the main prison in the capital Naypyitaw. Myanmar's meteorological department said the temperature in the capital reached 39 degrees Celsius on Tuesday afternoon.

There have also been reports that Suu Kyi's health is deteriorating in jail. In September last year, there were reports that Suu Kyi was suffering from high blood pressure, she was not feeling hungry and felt dizzy. But he was refused any kind of treatment facility from outside the jail.