Aung Kyaw Myo was at first captured in May yet was discharged by a court because of an absence of proof.
Numerous individuals in Myanmar took to Facebook to state he was unfairly denounced, and that the real guilty party was on the loose.
Human rights lobbyist Nickey Precious stone, who joined Saturday’s walk in Yangon with his family, approached the legislature to frame an extraordinary examination advisory group.
“Myanmar has marked the Show on the Privileges of the Youngster and it needs to ensure kids,” said Precious stone. “From the administration examination exercises and the explanations that police put out, we have seen some questionable certainties.”
Marchers on Saturday held pennants and wore white shirts with “Equity for Victoria” embellished on them. Victoria is the epithet that individuals in Myanmar have given the little youngster.
Government representative Zaw Htay said on his Facebook page on June 30 that the president’s office needs equity for the young lady, yet that an examination would take some time.
Another kid law is expected to be marked soon that would enable police to open cases regardless of whether no one presses charges.