December 15, 2016

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Patrol cars commissioned into service

Police step up efforts for enforcing the rule of law in Yangon Region with the use of new patrol cars. Photo: MNA
Police step up efforts for enforcing the rule of law in Yangon Region with the use of new patrol cars. Photo: MNA

THE Yangon Region Police Force is now fielding 45 patrol cars which were provided by the Myanmar Police Force. The vehicles came into service on 30 December.
Yangon Region Chief Minister U Myint Swe sprinkled scented water on the cars at a ceremony held at the Yangon Region Government Office. One officer and two other ranks will be in each car during patrols around Yangon.
The cars have been distributed to four district police force headquarters and the Yangon Region Police Force.
As part of their efforts to enforce the rule of law in the region, the government of the People’s Republic of China donated the cars to the Ministry of Home Affairs of Myanmar. The Yangon region Police Force will announce the contact numbers of the patrol teams to the public in the near future.

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