Artist Rabindra Shrestha put up a street theater-like exhibition in Maitighar of Kathmandu on Sunday against the oppression and genocide against civilians by the military in Myanmar.

The main purpose of organizing the exhibition as a conscious citizen is to eradicate inhumane activities from the world, said Shrestha.

Myanmar has been in upheaval since military chief Min Aung Hlaing ousted an elected government led by democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi.

Security forces have killed 728 people, according to an activist group, in an attempt to crush protests.

In the latest violence, security forces shot and killed two protesters in the ruby-mining town of Mogok, a resident said, while several small bombs went off in the main city of Yangon, wounding several people, media outlets reported.

Myanmar’s neighbours have been trying to encourage talks between the junta and the ousted government, but the military has shown little willingness to engage.