14 rural roads construction completed in 13 townships of Mandalay Region

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During the six-month mini-budget period of the 2021-2022 financial year, 14 rural roads have been built in 13 townships in Mandalay Region that will benefit 18,902 acres of agriculture, and farmers are using them at present, according to the Department of Rural Development.
These rural roads were constructed in the first six months of this financial year at the cost of over K880 million from the Union Fund for farmers’ crops. Director U Soe Than of the Rural Development Department in Mandalay Region said that each road of these 14 rural roads is built 19 miles and four furlongs long, 12 feet wide and two feet and nine inches deep since in December. The construction work of all roads have been completed, and the work is underway on beneficial acres.
“In October, tenders were called for the construction of 14 rural production roads. In December, ground construction work began. Road construction was carried out in 14 villages. Currently, all the construction work is completed. There are 18,902 acres that can be benefited. With the aim of helping to bring agricultural products to the market and to get them to cities and towns in real-time. In some areas, the process of delivery to homes and warehouses from the fields is not available immediately. So, there will be losses if the weather condition isn’t good in a lack of production roads. We launch the construction of production roads to avoid losses. We urge farmers to maintain these roads for the long run use,” he explained.
During the mini-budget period of the 2021-2022 financial year, the rural production roads have been built to produce the cops in all seasons for the benefits of the farmers in Patheingyi Township, Madaya Township, Thabeikkyin Township, PyinOoLwin Township, Ngazun Township, Taungtha Township, Myingyan Township, Wundwin Township, Thazi Township, Pyawbwe Township, Yamethin Township, Myittha Township and Kyaukpadaung Township in Mandalay Region.
These 14 rural roads will benefit 18,902 acres of agriculture and 90,774 houses. — Min Htet Aung (Mdy Sub-Printing House)/GNLM

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