August 19, 2016

Action to be taken against narcotic inspectors if found guilty of wrongdoing

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IT has been announced that narcotics inspectors have to adhere strictly to the prescribed rules and regulations and action will be taken against them if they are found guilty of wrongdoing in their work, Deputy Minister Maj-Gen Aung Soe told the Pyithu Hluttaw yesterday.
In his response to a question raised by U Min Naung of Pinlebu Constituency the deputy minister said that the inspection of seized drugs is also being carried out at another chemical inspection site recommended by the director of the laboratory of the Criminal Investigation Department to ensure that no misconduct is occurring.
Likewise, Union Supreme Court Judge U Soe Nyunt responded to a question raised by U Myint Lwin of Pazundaung Constituency, saying that courts allow the public to observe cases being heard except for some cases considered to be particularly sensitive.
Necessary measures will be taken if complaints arise over the banning of the public from the courtroom, he added.
During yesterday’s Pyithu Hluttaw session, Daw Khin Hnin Thit of Padaung Constituency put forward a motion calling on the Union government to step up efforts to reduce crimes impeding the new government’s nation-building endeavours and efforts to ensure the rule of law to the parliament.


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