Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe provided Ks20 lakhs each to the wives of four police officers killed during violent armed attacks by terrorists last week, expressing his condolences to them at the airport on Sunday.
Afterwards, the Union Minister met with families of the police force at the Kyikanpyin border outpost, which was attacked by armed men on October 9.
At the meeting, he urged everyone in the country to abide by the constitution of Myanmar and its existing laws, pledging that the authorities would take swift and effective action against those who fail to follow the country’s laws.
He also said that police forces are co-operating with the Tatmataw not to lose even an inch of the country’s territory to agressors.
The Union minister also presented the promotion badge to Inspector of Police Tun Tun Soe, who fought with valor in the attack of the Ngakhuya border outpost to become the Deputy Super-intendant of Police.—Myanmar News Agency