Cleaning works done at pagodas, temples before reopening

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Cleaning works are done by Tatmadaw personnel,police and firemen on a platform of pagoda before reopened to public.  PHOTO:MNA

Cleaning works were done at the pagodas and temples which were opened to the public on 8 February.
Platforms and buildings of the pagodas were cleaned by the Tatmadaw personnel and their family members, members of Myanmar Police Force and fire brigade departments.
Commanders of northern command, northeast command, east command, central east command, southeast command, coastal region command, southwest command, northern command, northeast command, central command, southern command and their families recited paritta and Pathana Pali verses, according to the report of Office of Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services.—MNA

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