State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday afternoon inspected the situation to expand the Mingalar Lake circular roads in Nay Pyi Taw and land preparations for landscaping beauty grass along Yarzahtani Road.
At the site to expand the Mingalar Lake circular roads near Thabyegon roundabout in Zabuthiri Township of Nay Pyi Taw Council Area, the Senior General viewed the public recreation area, the site to hang souvenir key chains, the floating desk in Mingalar Lake, and the site to take physical exercise. The Senior General said that being the State’s capital where the government opens offices, Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory must be a role model in neatness and tidiness. As the lake is a public relaxation area, arrangements must be made for them to relax tranquilly. Monsoon will fall in the near future, so it is necessary to make preparations for proper water flow in roads and residential areas of the capital and keep the area clean and tidy without garbage. The Senior General attended to the needs.
The Senior General inspected land preparations to grow a beautiful lawn in front of rain-tree plants along Yarzahtani Road. He instructed officials to carry out the tasks according to capital characteristics and timely completion of tasks.
Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory is a hub of government office of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. It was formed with eight townships that are home to some 1.1 million urban and rural population. No 1 circular road of Mingalar Lake is 4,960 feet long and eight feet wide, and No 2 facility, 11,660 feet long. These two roads will be expanded with two more feet wide on both sides, and the 12 feet wide concrete roads will be constructed on them. The area where land preparations are being made to grow beautiful grass is some 4,600 feet long. — MNA