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March 28, 2020

New homes for residents in Maungtaw, Rakhine State

Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu (Right) and officials inspect construction of houses for local ethnic people and returnees in Maungtaw, Rakhine State, yesterday. Photo: MNA
Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu (Right) and officials inspect construction of houses for local ethnic people and returnees in Maungtaw, Rakhine State, yesterday. Photo: MNA

Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu inspected reconstruction of villages for ethnic people and returnees from Bangladesh in Maungtaw District.
Together with Maungtaw District Deputy Commissioner U Ye Htut and other departmental officials, he inspected the status of the reconstruction of ethnic villages first.
The officials explained about the progress in the construction in Owe Htane, Thittonena Gwa Sone, Khon Daing, Myawady and Mingyi (new) villages.
The Chief Minister said that the villages must be completed on time and meet the required standards. He also coordinated the requirements submitted by the local populace. The villages will resettle displaced ethnic nationals from Rakhine, Mro, Khami, Daingnet and Thet.
Also, the Rakhine State Chief Minister and his delegation inspected the land preparation work conducted in Ward 4, Maungtaw Town, where Hindus will be resettled, and then inspected the construction of houses near Zawtikayone monastery, and the construction of a school and houses in Kainggyi, Kyaukpandu and Inndin villages.
He again said that the construction must be completed on time and meet the required standards, and then coordinated the requirements submitted by the local populace.
Later, the Chief Minister and his delegation arrived at Asia World Company in Angumaw and enquired about the building of the Maungtaw-Angumaw road, where officials from the Road Department and the company provided explanations. After commenting on their explanations, the Chief Minister left Angumaw by boat for Sittway.—Hein Htet Zaw

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