Checklists must be kept in the maintenance of the walls and terrace not to cause inundation again: Senior General

Preservation must be done in Bagan ancient cultural zone as it is an irreplaceable heritage for the country, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the meeting on damage in natural disaster in NyaungU District at the Bagan cultural museum in Bagan ancient cultural zone of NyaungU District yesterday morning.
Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Myo Aung reported on the inflow of water to dams, stockpiling of relief supplies to be used for relief in natural disasters, loss and damage in natural disasters, damage of some ancient pagodas and buildings, pumping out of the water from the precinct of pagodas, the fall of the tower on Mount Popa, drawing of a master plan for Bagan with the proper flow of water.
Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture U Ko Ko explained the progress of pumping out water from the precinct of ancient pagodas and plans to renovate the damaged parts of the ancient pagodas.
An official clarified progress in the proper flow of water not to cause inundation in the zone again and plans to drain out the water.
In his speech, the Senior General stressed that preservation must be done in the Bagan ancient cultural region as it is an irreplaceable heritage for the country. It is necessary to build outlet channels for the proper flow of water in the ancient region. Maintenance tasks must not harm ancient pagodas. Checklists must be kept in maintenance of the walls and terrace not to cause inundation again.
The Senior General highlighted that it is necessary not to cause loss and damage in the Bagan ancient cultural zone. Dangerous old trees must be removed and new trees must be planted in the region without environmental impacts. The Senior General noted that it is necessary to manage systematic travelling for the tourism industry. —MNA/TTA

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