Mya Thwe Thwe Khaing Wiki
Mya Thwe Thwe Khine or Mya Thwate Thwate Khaing) was a Burmese woman who became the first known victim of the 2021 protests in Myanmar, which were formed in the wake of the 2021 coup in Myanmar. She became a household name in Myanmar after her shooting sparked national outrage. Pro-democracy protesters and international groups alike have rallied around her shooting.
Mya Thwe Thwe Khaing Age
She Was 20 Year Old
Mya Thwe Thwe Khaing Shot, Died
On February 9, Mya Thwe Thwe Khaing had joined a protest rally on Taungnyo Road, near the Thabyegon roundabout in the Burmese capital, Naypyidaw. Riot police put down the demonstration and injured several protesters in the process. She was standing under a bus stop, protecting herself from the water cannons, as they shot her. Mya was wearing a motorcycle helmet at the time of the shooting. A recorded video of passersby captured the exact moment he was shot in the head. Subsequent analysis of protest footage by Amnesty International showed that the police were carrying Myanmar-made BA-94 or BA-93 clones of the Uzi machine gun, contradicting the Myanmar military’s statement that security forces had only deployed non-lethal weapons. The forensic analysis also indicated that the shooting had occurred in the early afternoon, between noon and 1:30 p.m.
Mya was admitted to the 1000-bed Naypyidaw General Hospital in critical condition. On the morning of February 12, doctors unsuccessfully attempted to surgically remove the bullet from her head, she declared her medically brain dead due to complete loss of brain function and advised her family to remove ventilation. On February 14, her family had decided to withdraw her life support, but she had not specified the deadline . Prayer services for Mya were held at Mandalay University of Foreign Languages and Yangon City Hall on February 14.