MoHA Union Minister inspects agriculture, livestock breeding farms of prison/detention camps

Union Home Affairs Minister Lt-Gen Soe Htut makes the inspection tour of prisons.

It needs to emphasize the security measures, food, health and vocational sectors of prisoners and should arrange COVID-19 vaccination for all prisoners, said State Administration Council member Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Soe Htut during his inspection tour of prisons.
The Union minister inspected the DaikU Prison, new Bago Prison construction site, Nyaungkhashay inspection camp, Toungoo Prison, Yamethin Prison, security, administration, discipline enforcement and multi-purpose agriculture and livestock farming projects of Nay Pyi Taw multi-purpose agriculture and livestock farm together with Director-General U Zaw Min of the Prisons Department between 17 and 19 September.
During the visits, the Union Minister stressed the detailed facts regarding the COVID-19 tests when accepting the new inmates, 24-hour patrol, food and supervision to follow the existing law, order and directives.
On arrival at the new Bago Prison construction site, the Union minister left instructions to complete the operation in time.
Then, he inspected the X-Ray installed at Nyaungkhashay inspection camp in Waw Township of Bago Region.
He then went to Nay Pyi Taw multi-purpose agriculture and livestock farm and inspected the plantation areas and operation processes of the camp.
During that visit, the Union minister talked about the waste of prison labour force, effective use in State’s project sites, support for the country, food security, income and acceleration of agriculture and livestock farm using modern techniques, consumption of meat and fish that they breed and sale of surplus meat and fish with a view to the welfare of the staff.
The prison and detention camp under the Prisons Department and Nay Pyi Taw multi-purpose agriculture and livestock farm are running the agriculture and livestock farming widely to support the country by distributing the products to the prisoners, staff and families of departments/units under the ministry and by selling to the public at fairer prices.
Currently, they farm the layer, beef and dairy cattle, pig, goat and fish successfully just like the farming sector. — MNA

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