Govt is serving national cause but politics

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Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing talks about regional development with townselders from Bagan and departmental officials from NyaungU, Pakokku, Myingyan, Minbu and Magway districts at Bagan Cultural Museum in Bagan yesterday.

Peaceful and stable regions will have development whereas armed insurgency causing instability of the region will hamper regional development measures

Salient points in the speech of Senior General
Min Aung Hlaing in the meeting with town elders and departmental officials in Bagan

m Limited number of pilgrims and visitors arriving at Bagan ancient cultural region will be allowed to climb the upper terrace of Htilo Minlo Pagoda
m Preparations are being made to establish more agriculture, livestock and technical institutes as well as universities for learning advanced subjects
m A plan is underway to upgrade Pakokku Airport as the international airport for long term convenience
m Mandalay and Magway regions have to meet the cotton demand of the country
m Peaceful and stable regions will have development whereas armed insurgency causing instability of the region will hamper regional development measures

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing talked about regional development with townselders from Bagan ancient cultural region and departmental officials from NyaungU, Pakokku, Myingyan, Minbu and Magway districts at Bagan Cultural Museum in Bagan yesterday morning.
Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General unveiled the government reviews that limited number of pilgrims and visitors arriving at Bagan ancient cultural region will be allowed to climb the upper terrace of Htilo Minlo Pagoda to pay homage to stupas and temples in the region and enjoy scenic beauties of Bagan region in limited time.
He noted that agriculture, livestock and technical high schools have been opened in districts to turn out necessary human resources. Moreover, he disclosed that preparations are being made to establish more agriculture, livestock and technical institutes as well as universities for learning advanced subjects. He urged officials to strive for boosting agriculture and livestock farms and raising number of educated persons in Bagan region.
He pointed out that everybody needs to be friendly with legal affairs and so, universities teach law and economic subjects to the students for having economic outlooks.
Residents reported on development of Bagan ancient cultural region, betterment of transport and communications, electrification, and landing of international flights at NyaungU airport.
In his response, the Senior General explained that number of tourist arrivals is still lesser due to some sanctions politically imposed with various reasons. Electricity should be generated from solar energy as much as possible for electrifying Bagan region. As aeroplanes from international flights are difficult to land in Bagan-NyaungU airport due to its location in ancient cultural region, a plan is underway to upgrade Pakokku Airport as the international airport for long term convenience. Water from Ayeyawady River can be treated to sufficiently supply it to the people from Bagan through the solar-powered river water pumping station. The Senior General urged all to increase yield of agriculture and livestock products in order to reduce commodity prices.
Officials need to encourage local growers to cultivate long staple cotton to produce threads. The Senior General stressed that Mandalay and Magway regions have to meet the cotton demand of the country.
The Senior General highlighted that the government is serving the national cause but politics, urging all people to join the development of the nation for the cause of the country. He underscored that peaceful and stable regions will have development whereas armed insurgency causing instability of the region will hamper regional development measures. — MNA/TTA

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