February 15, 2017

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Union minister inspects new town for Chin landslide victims

A new bridge is under construction in a new town for the people worstly affected by landslides in Haka.  Photo: MNA
A new bridge is under construction in a new town for the people worstly affected by landslides in Haka.Photo: MNA

UNION Minister for Construction U Kyaw Lwin inspected progress on a new town being built to replace one of the worst affected by landslides in August, Hakha in mountainous Chin State on 17 October.
A total of 732 land plots spanning 520 acres are being developed for landslide victims.
The union minister inspected land plots, streets and house designs of the new town and was briefed by engineers involved in the project.
The union minister said that priority should be given to installing urban amenities in newly developed towns.
The union minister also inspected the section of Hakha-Phalam Road that was damaged by landslides and the repair work underway, including a new bridge, by private companies Kham Wo, Shwe Mann (Magway), Zwe Mann Htate and Golden Icon.—Myanmar News Agency

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