Over 300 households in three villages in Kangyidaunt Township get electricity

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Village Electricity launching Ceremony was held in Shawgon Village, Palekumyauk Village and Anouksugyi Village of the Ayeyawady Region yesterday evening.
First, Chief Minister U Tin Maung Win of the Region and officials cut the ribbon to open the ceremony of electric power access for Shawgon Village.
Next, the chief minister and party continued to open electric lighting ceremonies in Palekumyauk Village and Anouksugyi Village.
Afterwards, the chief minister sprayed scented water on the opening signboard and paid a cordial call on family members from homes where electricity was available.
At present, a 100-kVA transformer has been installed for 1,100 houses in Shawgon Village, Kangyidaunt Township, and a 100-kVA transformer for 106 houses in Anouksugyi Village and a 50-kVA transformer for 119 houses in Palekumyauk Village have also been set up.
More than 300 households in these villages have access to 24-hour electricity from the National Grid, authorities said. — Hla Min Htut (IPRD)/GNLM

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