December 19, 2016

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51st anniversary of Myanmar Police Force commemorated

Union Minister Lt-Gen Ko Ko presents an award to an outstanding police at a ceremony to mark Myanmar Police Force Day. Photo: MNA
Union Minister Lt-Gen Ko Ko presents an award to an outstanding police at a ceremony to mark Myanmar Police Force Day. Photo: MNA

In order to gain the respect of the people, a police force must be free of corruption and protect all of society according to the law, said Lt-Gen Ko Ko.
The general serves as Myanmar’s Union Minister for Home Affairs and for Immigration and Population. He spoke at a ceremony to mark the 51st anniversary of the Myanmar Police Force yesterday at the Thingaha Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw. In his speech, the union minister also urged the police force to be prepared for new challenges during elections.
The union minister and the deputy minister for home affairs presented awards to outstanding police officers at the ceremony.
Police Major General Zaw Win, the chief of the Myanmar Police Force, also gave a speech at the ceremony and presented awards and certificates to winners.—MNA

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