Kachin State CM comforts displaced people of Nansamyang at RC Cathedral in Waingmaw

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Ceremony to provide bags of rice and aid to IDPs in progress in Waingmaw on 4 July.

Kachin State Chief Minister U Khet Htein Nan comforted the locals who temporarily sheltered in RC Cathedral and Mongna AG Church in Waingmaw from Nansamyang region at RC Cathedral in Ward 12 of Waingmaw on 4 July.
The Chief Minister comforted a total of 285 people of 69 households who fled to RC Cathedral from Nansamyang region and 53 people of 13 households who fled to AG Camp of Mongna village-tract.
He then provided rice, instant noodle and eggs for the displaced people and the township administrator and township public health department head presented the mosquito nets treated with insecticide for the households.
Then, the Chief Minister met with farmers from Lapyaewun social welfare organization (Khakwan) office in Khakwan Village of Madain Village-tract. During the meeting, the Chief Minister stressed the efforts of township authorities for the benefits of farmers, improvement of social economic status and food security of the state, provision of agrochemicals, good seedlings and techniques, market condition and promotion of manufacturing sector based on agricultural produce. He also urged the local farmers to discuss frankly regarding the productivity of monsoon paddy, winter crops and sunflower cultivation following the monsoon paddy.
The local farmers also reported on the needs of agrochemicals, manufacturing road, bridges, fertilizer and technology and other matters. The Chief Minister coordinated necessary measures.
The Chief Minister inspected the manufacturing road, irrigation and drainage system, plantation of green manures, monsoon paddy seedlings and arrangements for irrigation water in Madein Village.
Similarly, the Chief Minister also participated in collective cleanup activities of township municipal department and Pay Sat Thu social welfare organization at Sein Mya Ayeyar park in Myitkyina on 5 July. — State IPRD/KTZH

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