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Watch Video: Yoga Instructor Dances While Military Coup Was Taking Place Behind Her In Myanmar

An exercise instructor in Myanmar has gained global fame after her dancing video went viral on social media when the military coup was taking place in her country. Exercise instructor, Khing Hnin Wai, was filming her dancing video in front of country’s parliament in national capital, Naypyidaw, but it seems that she was not even aware about the dangerous development that was happening just behind her.

In a viral video, it can be seen a Yoga instructor is deeply immersed in her dance and a group of SUVs are moving behind her after overthrowing the elected government. 

It seems that probably she was not hearing the military convoy’s siren due to loud  music, and was continuing in her dance. 

Soon after the video went viral on social media, Khing, who had been filming her exercise in front of the assembly over the past several months, took to Facebook clarifying it was a real video.

She revealed that she was filming it for the aerobic dance competition- that has now been unforgettable for her. 

On February 1, Myanmar’s powerful military seized the government led by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Military also detained Suu Ki, including several top leaders and judges. 

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s claims victory in Myanmar

Kuala Lumpur: Myanmar’s ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) party would retain the power as it has claimed a landslide victory in the general elections. According to reports, Aung San Suu Kyi-led NLD has won more than 322 seats out of 642-seat of parliament .

The general election was conducted in Myanmar only second since the military rule collapsed in 2011. The national election was held on 8 November.

According to reports, Aung San Suu Kyi is likely to lead Myanmar once the result is declared by the end of this week.

Meanwhile, small opposition political parties in Myanmar accused they were hampered in the name of Covid-19 pandemic during the election campaigns in the country.

Suu Kyi has secured most of the seats in parliament as she has no strong opposition leader in Myanmar.

Suu Kyi, who is the most popular leader in the Bamar Buddhists-majority country, has recently damaged her and country’s reputation after the allegation of genocide against Rohingya Muslims.

In 2017, more than 7,400,000 Rohingya Muslims were forced to flee Rakhine province following the deadly crackdown by Myanmar military.

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