26 returnees accepted at Nga Khu Ya Reception Centre, taken to villages in Maungtaw

Officials from Nga Khu Ya Reception Centre working to issue National Verification Cards to the displaced persons in Maungtaw, Rakhine State yesterday.  Photo: MNA
Officials from Nga Khu Ya Reception Centre working to issue National Verification Cards to the displaced persons in Maungtaw, Rakhine State yesterday.  Photo: MNA

Officials at the Nga Khu Ya Reception Centre in Maungtaw, Rakhine State, yesterday scrutinized and accepted 26 displaced persons from nine households who returned from Bangladesh of their own volition.
In accordance with the procedures for accepting returnees, security personnel inspected each returnee at the designated place for security reasons, and immigration officials gathered records from them for immigration purposes.
The immigration officials issued National Verification cards to 10 male and five female aged 10 years and above from the nine families.
The authorities also provided healthcare and aid to the returnees. The process for accepting the returnees ended at 2 p.m.
Afterwards, Nga Kyu Ya Reception Centre in-charge U Maung Thar Mya took the returnees to the Hla Phoe Khaung Transit Centre, and officials at the centre, led by director U Soe Shwe Aung, accepted the displaced persons and presented rice, edible oil, salt, beans, and kitchen utensils to them.
Afterwards, the nine families were transported to their places of origin with the help of the authorities in their villages.
The displaced persons belong to Darkyisar, Padin, Dunyaungpingyi, Paungzar, Thayatoak, Ywatnyotaung, MyoOo, and Yaykhatchaung Gwazon villages in Maungtaw Township.—U Zaw Zaw San (Maungtaw District IPRD)(Translated by Kyaw Zin Lin)

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