Lawsuit filed against former Union Minister

Former Union Minister Dr Win Myat Aye is facing a lawsuit allegedly incited and directed civilian disobedience movement to his staff members.

The police report said that the former minister was charged with Article 505 (a) of the Penal Code on 21 February 2021 for his role in incitement to the staff members to join CDM and protests, failing to perform the duties of civil service personnel.

The report also said to inform about the absconding former minister to the police stations and the phone numbers for making tip-off about him and those who hid him would also face legal actions.—MNA

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