September 21, 2017

Flood-hit schools in Kawlin cleared as waters recede

Army, Police and Fire Brigade members are doing the cleaning of the school compound.
Army, Police and Fire Brigade members are doing the cleaning of the school compound.

THE Daung Myu creek became swollen by heavy torrential rain on Thursday with rising waters causing floods in six wards of Kawlin Township in Sagaing Region.
As the floodwater has now receded there are plans to re-open local schools as soon as possible which were closed due to the floods. Members of the Tatmadaw, the Myanmar Police Force and the Fire Services Department, staff of the General Administrative Department and teachers committed themselves to clearing up works inside and outside schools which were filled with mud and rubbish. The crews cleared away refuse and dirt before cleaning and restoring furniture.

 

Office of Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services

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