Rakhine Chief Minister invites advice for development

Chief Minister of Rakhine State U Nyi Pu meets village/ward administrators and local elders at U Ottama Hall in Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State.  Photo: MNA
Chief Minister of Rakhine State U Nyi Pu meets village/ward administrators and local elders at U Ottama Hall in Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State.  Photo: MNA

Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu met with ward/village administrators in Rakhine State in Buthidaung yesterday, inviting constructive suggestions on the socio-economic development, peace and stability and the rule of law in the state.
As he explained the performance of the Rakhine State Government in the two-year period, the Chief Minister pledged to carry on works for the progress, peace and stability of Rakhine State.
“I make this visit to explain the endeavours of the Rakhine State government in the two-year period, and to invite frank suggestions on the disadvantages and advantages of the endeavours and the ongoing projects,” said U Nyi Pu.
People are now enjoying the fruits of regional development undertakings, he added.
The chief minister was accompanied by his cabinet members.
He also stressed the need to develop infrastructure for the health, education and farming sectors for regional progress.
Further, the chief minister discussed important matters such as the rule of law, socio-economic progress, national reconciliation and internal peace, as only regional peace could bring regional development.
DSC 1612 72All-out efforts are required to establish a Democratic Federal Republic, he noted, adding that the task can be realised only through public participation, as efforts by a single organisation or a person alone are not enough. There should be mutual respect, trust and cooperation between organisations and groups, said U Nyi Pu.
Buthidaung Township administrator U Kyaw Min Tun reported on the facts, current undertakings and future programmes of the township.
Rakhine State Ministers Col Hpone Tint, U Kyaw Lwin, Dr Chan Tha and other officials looked into the requirements for region development presented by the locals. The chief minister arranged coordinated responses for the requirements.
At Thonhse-tabon pagoda in Sangoetaung Village, the chief minister and his delegation presented cash donations.
They also coordinated to fulfil the regional requirements at the meeting with locals in the village.
The Chief Minister inspected the project to construct an entrance road for Ponnyoleik Village and a primary school in Thayetpyin Village.—Myanmar News Agency

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