As Myanmar’s military junta ordered a shutdown of wireless broadband services on Friday, anti-coup protestors took to the streets with a ‘flower strike’ to commemorate the fallen heroes.

In the early hours on Friday, activists held out three fingers along with flowers to show unity and to honour those who were killed by the military.

They mainly choose bus stop benches as a gesture to show the fallen heroes who could not return home in the battle of democracy in the country.

|Flower strike in Kyauktada Township, Yangon
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|Flower Strike in Mayangone Township, Yangon
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Protestors participate in Flower Strike in Mayangone Township, Yangon
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|Flower Strike in Ahlone Township, Yangon
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