August 13, 2017

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President fulfils needs in Sagaing Region

Under the rain, President U Thein Sein meets locals in Bokekan village in Sagaing Region, Northwestern Myanmar.
Under the rain, President U Thein Sein meets locals in Bokekan village in Sagaing Region, Northwestern Myanmar.

President U Thein Sein, after inspecting the work progress in repairing a road section between Kalay and Tamu and  construction of Kham Park bridge which was destroyed by flood on Saturday, visited Kham Park town, Sagaing Region, and met locals to encourage them.
The president also inspected the reconstruction of Kanan, Kamagyi, Tweban, Tedimyam, and Yanlinphaing bridges and met villagers in Bokekan village in the region.
In the afternoon, the president met flood victims living in Tamu district at Basic Education High School No 1. At the meeting, the chairman of Tamu district management committee briefed the president on the natural disaster, loss and damages, rescue and relief works and the assistance that is needed.
The president explained on arrangements for fulfilling food, clothing and shelter needs of victims, rehabilitation of agriculture and livestock breeding sector and villages, evacuation the victims to new places, food security and the plans of the union government and the region government.
On the occasion, the president presented Buddha images for two villages, food for three villages, household goods for two wards and a village and sanitation equipments for two wards in Tamu. Donors presented over K 20 million for flood victims through the chairman of the district management committee.
A total of six bridges were destroyed on Tamu-Kyikon-Kalay Road in Tamu District, Sagaing Region. The torrential rains cost an estimate of K 414.22 million in damage.

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