December 20, 2016

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Officials provide bags of rice to victim of erosion

Local residents seen with bags of rice for their rehaibiliation in Minbu Township.—Tin Tun Oo (Minbu)
Local residents seen with bags of rice for their rehaibiliation in Minbu Township.—Tin Tun Oo (Minbu)

Minbu — Well-wishers and officials of Township Development Supporting Committee on 2 September provided 50 bags of rice and clothes to residents from the villages that faced erosion of Ayeyawady River in Minbu Township.
A total of 59 houses of 210 have been removed in Htonmagyi village due to overflow of Ayeyawady River. The flesh flood of the river caused erosion at the bank where 19 houses were located.
Thirty houses were eroded by the river in Kyaunggon village and 13 houses were removed. Local victims are being accommodated in the precinct of monastery in the village. Local authorities are taking care of erosion that is close to Padethakyun, Neikbankyun and Ngwethaungkyun villages.
Tin Tun Oo (Minbu)

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