Buthitaung monks addresses township elders, departmental personnel

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A governmental mission comprising Union Ministers and the State Chief Minister paid respect to Chairman Sayadaw and members of Buthitaung Township Sangha Nayaka Committee and donated offertories at Ayezedi Monastery yesterday, receiving reparations from the Sayadaws.
U Soma, the presiding monk of Ayezedi Monastery and Chairperson of Township Sangha Nayaka Organization said: “We are elated to see such a delegation led by the Union Ministers come to survey the situation and we welcome them wholeheartedly. We are very happy to hear that Tatmadaw came here to protect the sovereignty of the State, not to launch a person-or-organisation-focused fight. We want to ensure the safety and security of the local populace, physically and mentally”. In the meeting, Union Ministers, State Chief Minister and authorities clarified the situations with those present.
Discussions included supplying food to the local people, arrangements to keep the area under sufficient security guard, equipping the guards with modern weapons, organising a scrutiny committee for citizenship with local elders included, supplying electrical power for 6 hours (up from 2 hours) and building ideal villages with strong fences.
Union Ministers met with Islams residing in wards and village tracts near Buthitaung at 1:15p.m at the office of township administration.

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