The Rakhine State Chief Minister, accompanied by state ministers and other officials, went to Ponnagyun, Kyautaw and MarukU townships and inspected regional development works.
The Chief Minister and party first went to Guwa embankment in Ponnagyun Township and inspected the status of construction, water storage, strength of the embankment and water distribution into Ponnagyun. The reservoir can store about 110 million gallons of water and was constructed with allocation from 2017-2018 budget to distribute water to wards in Ponnagyun it is learnt.
From there they went to Kyauktaw and inspected the construction of town hall, the pouring of concrete on Bogyoke Road and the construction of staff quarters. It was noted that good construction standards and early completion of the work were being maintained.
They then went to MraukU Township’s Tane Nyo Bridge construction site on Yangon-Sittway Road (An-Sittway road section) where officials from the Department of Bridge, Construction 2, Bridge Special Group 7, explained the status of bridge construction. after which the construction site was inspected.
Next, the Chief Minister and party inspected the laying of gravel on Nankya Road on Yangon-Sittway Road, preparation of rice saplings for an experimental planting system in Pipinyin village tract beside Yangon-Sittwe Road by the Department of Agriculture and the repairing of a road in MraukU’s Koe Thaung pagoda.
Afterwards, they inspected the work on improving water flow in Phayapaw Creek conducted by the MraukU town development committee, where officials explained the status of work and the Chief Minister remarked on necessary matters. They then continued on to inspect the construction of reinforced concrete bridge 1/113 on Minbu-An-Sittway Road.
Myint Maung Soe