AAPP confirmed that eight of those who were taken out of Daik-U Prison died.
The Association for the Assistance of Political Prisoners (AAPP) announced on July 19 that eight of the 37 missing political prisoners who were taken out of Daik-U Prison, Bago have been confirmed dead.
Those who died can be seen as Ko Khant Lin Naing, Ko Pyae Phyo Hein, Ko Zin Myint Htun, Ko Wai Yan Lwin, Ko Zin Win Htut, Ko Aung Myo Thu, Ko Bo Bo Win, and Ko Nay Aye are said to be.
AAPP secretary U Tate Naing said in the statement that there have been reports of deaths in prisons and that the military group is committing the crime of purposefully murdering political activists and hiding their bodies.
The statement was issued under the title "Unlawful killings that require urgent investigation and action."
AAPP also urged the international, including the United Nations, to urgently investigate and take effective measures immediately to the military council.
U Maung Di, a representative of the Waw Township of Bago Township, who was also incarcerated in Daik-U Prison, died on the night of July 17 while being taken to Bago Hospital for treatment due to deteriorating health.
There has been no response from the military council regarding these matters.
According to AAPP's statistics as of July 18, since the coup, 3,805 pro-democracy activists and citizens have been killed and 19,535 are still under arrest.