Cash assistance for families of police killed in action in Buthidaung

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Police officer delivers the cash by hand to family members of Constable Than Shwe Oo on 6 January. Photo: Myanmar Police Force

The AA insurgent group had launched massive coordinated attacks on four border police outposts in Buthidaung Township of Rakhine State on 4 January , 2019. In this incident, police personnel were injured and lost their lives.
Provisions of cash to family members of police personnel were made and officials from the Police Force went to the office of No. 3 Border Guard Police Force, and they meet with family members of police personnel killed in the attack and to console their bereavements.
Police Major Zaw Lin Aung, from No. 5 Border Guard Police Force, went to meet with family members of Constable Thant Zin Min and provided cash assistance at the amount of 1 million on 5 January .
Police Lt-Col Aung Kyaw Zaw, from No. 3 Border Guard Police Force, went to meet with family members of Constable Tun Hla and provided cash assistance at the amount of 1 million on January 6.
Police Major Ye Win from No. 8 Border Guard Police Force, went to meet with family members of Constable Than Shwe Oo and provided cash assistance at the amount of 1 million on January 6.
Police Major Aung Myat Oo from No. 1 Border Guard Police Force, went to meet with family members of Constable Myo Myint and provided cash assistance at the amount of million on January 7, according to the Myanmar Police Force.

 

—MNA
(Translated by Win Ko Ko Aung)

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