Laykaekaw Myothit ring road in Myawady completed

Ring road of Laykaekaw Myothit fully completed. Photo: Htein Lin

The surfacing of the two-mile ring road of Laykaekaw Myothit in Myawady Township, Kayin State fully completed, according to the Ministry of Border Affairs.
The ministry started the paving of the two-mile ring road Laykaekaw Myothit, Myawady Township in Kayin State with the use of K220.452 million from the Union budget for the development of border areas in 2019-2020FY.
The ministry constructed two roads in 2014-2015 financial year funded by the Kayin State government, one road in 2018-2019 FY with the Border Area Development Union Fund in Laykaekaw Myothit. In 2020-2021 FY, the Ministry will construct one road, three concrete bridges and 15 five-foot box culverts in the township with the Union Fund of the Ministry.
Laykaekaw Myothit in Myawady Township was built on 1 February 2014. There are 786 houses, 786 households with about 1,200 populations. Deputy Director for the Myawady Township Development Supervisory Office U Aung Kyaw Zaw said that the local people can travel comfortably and the developments on education, health, business and social affairs will increase if the Ministry upgrade the Lay Kay Kaw Myothit Ring Road as a paved road.—Htein Lin  (Translated by Ei Phyu Phyu Aung)

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