Kachin State chief minister participates in Thingyan festival in Myitkyina

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People celebrate the Thingyan festival at the central pavilion in Myitkyina, Kachin State, yesterday. Photo: State IPRD

The Kachin State government celebrated the Thingyan festival, welcoming the new year of 1386 ME, and the central pavilion and pandals in Myitkyina were crowded with Thingyan lovers yesterday.
Kachin State Chief Minister U Khet Htein Nan, his wife, relevant officials and their wives inspected the walking Thingyan at the central pavilion and watched the lively dance and singing performances.
The chief minister and party then enjoyed the performance at five pandals of departments concerned, along with local business people on Samar Road, together with the visitors.
Similarly, they watched the dance performance at Maha Thingyan central pavilion and awarded the dancers.
Moreover, the departments concerned gave away charity foods twice a day daily along the walking Thingyan areas, and the roads were crowded with visitors, vehicles and tricycles.
The chief minister and party also watched the competitions of dance groups of ministries concerned at the central pavilion on 16 April evening and gave cash prizes to the dance troupes. — IPRD/KTZH

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