DVB accused of spreading false claims on Kyaiklat Immigration

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The malicious media outlet DVB broadcasted fake news alleging that the immigration office of Kyaiklat Township, Pyapon District, Ayeyawady Region, demands K50,000 for CSC card application and household registration forms.
According to the township immigration office, around 50 persons apply for CSC and household registration forms daily.
A villager from Maithalin Village also said, “It has been my second visit to this office to apply for my CSC. The staff did not request any payment, and I did not have to pay any fees. The only expenses I incurred were transportation, as I travelled here from the village, as well as food and other necessities such as fees for photo-taking, blood tests, and document photocopying. I did not have to make any payments at the office”.
Likewise, a local from Yonedaung Village-tract said, “It has been many times that I come to this office to make CSCs for my family. I did not have to pay money to the staff”.
Officer U Tun Swe of the Kyaiklat Township immigration department reported, “Our office processes citizenship scrutiny cards and household registration forms within one day. The public is not required to pay any fees for this expedited service. We distributed pamphlets and made announcements via loudspeakers, informing the public that they must personally come to the office to complete these tasks”.
The officer continued to share knowledge with the public at the office from time to time. No money has to pay for the CSC and household registration forms. Since our office is providing services to the public, we prioritize the public interests.
Thus, DVB Digital News reportedly fabricated news stories on 20 March that the Kyaiklat immigration office is taking money from the public, which is a piece of false news. — MNA/TMT

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