MoHA Union Minister meets members of local security force in Magway

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Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Soe Htut, member of the State Administration Council, met the security force members and their families in Magway Region.
During the meeting, the Union Minister discussed the occurrence of riots from peaceful protest starting 1 February to date, deaths and injuries of some security members in terror acts, attacks to undermine the peace and stability of the State and current work plans of the ministry.
He also highlighted the dos and don’ts for the security members and the needs to serve the duties to be loyal to the State, efforts not to defame the respective regiments and units, fair control over subordinates, taking care of instigation regarding the external destructive elements and welfare tasks for families.
The Union Minister then provided basic food aids to the security members and their families.
The Union Minister also met the departmental officials and ward/village-tract administrators at the City Hall of Magway Township.
The Union Minister discussed the emergence of the State Administration Council, five-point road map and nine objectives of SAC, the performance of current Union Election Commission, strong opposition against the government, attacks of terrorists across the nation and duties of ward/village-tract administrators to cooperate with the relevant security members to ensure the safety of their areas with esprit de corps.
At the local military hospital, the Union Minister provided food to the locals, monks, servicemen and police members under the medical treatment at the hospital.
Of them, the Union Minister separately provided cash assistance to the female health worker, who escaped from an attack with five dead occurred in setting fire to the vehicle by armed terrorist group in Gangaw Township of Magway Region on 31 May.—MNA

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