Amyotha Hluttaw speaker visits cultural training centres, comforts patients in Pyawbwe, Yamethin Tsps

Speaker U Khin Aung Myint presents K18 million to philanthropic organizations’ fund in Yamethin Township through an official.—mna
Speaker U Khin Aung Myint presents K18 million to philanthropic organizations’ fund in Yamethin Township through an official.—MNA

Nay Pyi Taw, 8 Dec —Speaker of Amyotha Hluttaw (Upper House) U Khin Aung Myint donated cash to a fund for education and philanthropic organizations in Pyawbwe and Yamethin townships, Mandalay Region, on Sunday.
While in Pyawbwe, the speaker also visited a cultural course being conducted at Yapyae Sasana Beikman and Hmannan monasteries and donated K10 million to a fund for renovation of Panson Monastery.
He comforted patients at the township’s People’s Hospital and gave glasses to patients who have undergone eye surgical operations.
In the afternoon, the speaker attended the ceremony to provide cash assistance to education and social organizations at a hall in Pyawbwe. He awarded outstanding trainees at the cultural course and presented K13.5 million to the social organizations and to Dr Khin Shwe, chairman of Amyotha Hluttaw Rescue and Care Committee, 78,000 notebooks to schools and K3 million to Pyawbwe Township Sasana Nuggaha Association.
On Sunday, the speaker visited cultural training centres at halls in Yamethin. He gave glasses to eye surgery patients at Yamethin People’s Hospital.
The speaker gave K3 million to District Sasana Nuggaha Association, K3 million to Township Sasana Nuggaha Association, K18 million to social organizations, 72,000 notebooks to schools, K1 million to a medical treatment fund and K2 million to a township cultural course.
Under the leadership of Amyotha Hluttaw Speaker U Khin Aung Myint, medical personnel of Pyawbwe Township treated over 1,400 patients, performed eye surgery on over 70 patients and gave eye examinations to about 500 patients. Likewise, those of Yamethin Township treated over 2,000 patients, operated on the eyes about 200 patients and examined over 1,500 eye patients.

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