Dedalu Bridge inaugurated in Ayeyawady Region

The opening ceremony of Dedalu Bridge on Pyapon-Kyonkadun-Dawnyein-Ama Road in Pyapon Township, Ayeyawady Region, was held yesterday morning, as a gesture of hailing the Diamond Jubilee Independence Day.
The ceremony was attended by State Administration Council Member Mahn Nyein Maung, Chief Minister of Ayeyawady Region U Tin Maung Win, Commander Brig-Gen Kyi Khaing of South-West Command, Deputy Minister U Win Pe of the Ministry of Construction, officials and town elders.
SAC Member Mahn Nyein Maung, in his speech, said that the development of the transport sector, a key requirement for the development of a region, is being prioritized by the government to advance the standard of living for Myanmar nationals. He requested the officials to cooperate and point out the need for the use of public funds for the implementation of projects and whether it is beneficial for the region or not.
Agriculture, marine product industry, livestock, fishing industries, salt production, Thinpyu mat business and Pathein parasol production thrives in the Ayeyawady Region, the main rice-producing region of Myanmar. The region had to rely mainly on the sea route before. Thus, the upgrading and construction works for roads and bridges are being done to facilitate transport between regions, he added.
Afterwards, the deputy minister for construction clarified the construction of the Dedalu bridge and a resident expressed words of gratitude.
Then, the chief minister and officials opened the bridge by cutting the ribbon, and SAC Member Mahn Nyein Maung pressed the electric button to unveil the commemorative stone plaque of the Dedalu Bridge.
Finally, the guests sprayed scented water on the plaque and observed the bridge, it is learnt. — MNA/CT

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