Donations for displaced people by Rakhine State government

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Authorities from Rakhine State government evacuate elders, children and women to a safe place from Maungtaw region, where the terrorist attacks have occurred. Photo: Maung Sein Lwin

Authorities from the Rakhine State government, including Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu, went on 1 September to Alotawpyae Monastery in Magyinmyaing ward and paid homage to the Head Sayadaw, explained the security situation, providing food, and spoke of future works in Maungtaw, Buthidaung and Yethadaung townships in Rakhine State.
The Alotawpyaw Sayadaw said elders, children and women should be removed to a safe place from Maungtaw region, where the terrorist attacks have occurred. The Rakhine State Chief Minister said negotiation will be carried out with responsible personnel to allow for evacuation. The chief minister then met with people being housed in the monastery who fled from terrorist attacks and gave words of encouragement.
In the evening, the authorities paid homage to the Sayadaws in Pyinnyar Parmi Monastery school and presented Ks500,000 to people to purchase food in Ponnagyun Town.
Afterwards, authorities presented Ks1 million to displaced people in the Dukkan Chaung Monastery, followed by a donation of Ks500,000 and words of encouragement to displaced people in the Township Sasana Beikmen in Kyauktaw.
The authorities will continue to provide aid for a week to displaced people who arrived at Sittway, Kyauktaw and Ponnagyun.

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