384 people charged in riots-related cases in Mandalay closed

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Detainees are pardoned and released from the Mandalay Central Prison yesterday.

The State Administration Council has closed the criminal cases of 4,320 people involved in the riots and ordered the release of 384 defendants by Order No. 187/2021 in Mandalay yesterday.
The cases were closed yesterday afternoon after the defendants were taken into custody in Mandalay Central Prison.
Next, officials provided healthcare services to 384 amnesty prisoners: 320 males and 64 females.
Officials gave the certificates QR code to those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 twice.
After distributing masks, officials provided the daily allowance to the amnesty prisoners and allowed them to leave.
A total of 504 — 420 men and 84 women — were released from prisons in Mandalay Region in connection with the riots, said U Cho Win Tun, head of the Mandalay Region Prison Department. — Min Htet Aung (Mandalay Sub-Printing House)/GNLM

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