According to sources close to the military council, Ma Thidar Win, the leader of the Sun Apparel Myanmar garment factory protest workers, has been arrested by the military council. Ma Thidar Win was arrested a day before the scheduled date to negotiate the demands.
The sources also said that it was known that Ma Thidar Win was arrested at around 11:00 p.m. on June 14, and was taken to the No. 1 Army Military Affairs Security Support Unit for questioning.
The Sun Apparel Myanmar Garment Factory is located in Malikha Road, Hlaing Thayar Industrial Zone (5), Yangon Region, and is owned by Thai nationals.
34-year-old labor leader Ma Thidar Win and the factory workers demanded an increase of 6,000 kyats per day. To make arrangements for the factory to provide drinking water. To repair the roof of the workers' walkway, to provide a private dining room; To compensate holiday pay. It is reported that she requested 6 points, that if he is absent from work within 15 days, only 20,000 kyats will be deducted.
It is reported that 400 workers of Sun Apparel Myanmar, led by Ma Thidar Win, entered the workplace and demanded a sit-down strike.
The request was made on June 3rd, and at the Labor Relations Department of Hlaing Thayar (West) Township, labor leader Ma Thidar Win and the manager negotiated without reaching a settlement, and they planned to continue negotiations on June 15th today.