Two workers from an international charity called ‘Save the Children’ have reportedly gone missing on Friday in Myanmar.
The heartbreakingly tragic news comes during a time when reports about violence and unrest reached a peak as government troops shot and killed dozens of people.
On the other hand, government troops also managed to round up a large number of villagers, which include both children and women too. Moreover, other tragic reports confirmed how so many of them were fatally shot and killed, with their bodies being burned in the end.
Horrifying images of the violent aftermath from the incident on Christmas Eve have entered the spotlight with many condemning the massacre that took place in the eastern part of Mo So village.
The incident has sparked major outrage and fury amongst citizens against the state military that took control since the month of February of this year.
Mo So is present just outside of the Hpruso township in the Kayah state and that’s also where refugees started to take shelter against an offensive strike conducted by the army.
The gruesome pictures released showed charred bodies of more than 30 individuals who happened to be present in three vehicles.
Myanmar has been the center of chaos since the military coup that occurred in February with nearly 1300 individuals killed in the crackdown led by security forces as reported by a local monitoring group in the area.
One villager who happened to be at the scene of violence stated how so many victims began fleeing from the chaotic scene as fighting erupted between the state army as well as a number of leading resistance groups near Koi Ngan village, which is situated just near to Mo So.
The missing members of the charity were going back to their home countries for the holiday season after carrying out their humanitarian work at a nearby community but were suddenly caught up in the violence and are now missing.
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