Police console families of staff killed in action in Rakhine

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Police officials offer their condolences to the families of staff killed by AA insurgents in Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State, on 4 January.  Photo: mna

Police officials yesterday offered their condolences to the families of staff slain by AA insurgents in Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State, on 4 January. The officers were posted to the Township to ensure security, rule of law, and communal peace.
On 5 January, a team of police officials led by the Deputy Chief of the Magway Region Police Force, Police Col Khin Maung Latt, visited the bereaved family of Police Maj Sai Bo Han at their home on Aungsetana (A) third street in Magway. They presented K1 million, provided by the Myanmar Police Force, to the officer’s widow, Daw Thida Oo.
A team led by Police Maj Thet Naing Tun of Maubin District police chief’s office in Ayeyawady Region visited the family of Deputy Police Inspector Myint Lwin at their home in Ward 9, Nyaungdon, and presented K1 million, provided by the MPF, to his widow Daw Moe Moe Khaing. A team led by Police Lt-Col Tin Shwe, Staff Officer (Grade-1) with the Kayah State Police chief’s office, visited the bereaved family of police constable Ko Ko Latt in Loikaw, and presented K1 million, provided by the MPF, to his elder brother Ko Kyaw Htoo Aung.
A team led by the Chief of Taunggyi Township Police Force, Police Maj Than Htay, visited the family of police constable Phar Pha in Naunghlyan (2) village, Kengtung Township, and presented K1 million provided by the MPF, K 500,000 provided by the Shan State Police Force, and K200,000 provided by the Taunggyi District Police Force, to his father U Ar Chay.

 

—MNA (Translated by TMT)

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