According to Singapore’s Lianda Morning Post, the Myanmar National League for Democracy (NLD) said that police raided the NLD headquarters in Yangon late at night on Tuesday (9th).
The United Morning Post quoted Reuters as saying that two NLD-elect members of Parliament said that more than 10 policemen forcibly entered the NLD headquarters building at night.
The report also mentioned that the violence in Myanmar’s demonstrations escalated on Tuesday, and the police not only sent water cannons to disperse the crowd, but also fired warning shots.
A woman was shot in the head and her life was in danger, a doctor said.
On February 1, Myanmar President Wen Min, State Senior Government Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior NLD officials were detained by the military.
Myanmar military television said that a one-year state of emergency was introduced and state power was transferred to the commander-in-chief of the National Defense Force.