Rakhine State Chief Minister inspects restoration work

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Rakhine State Chief Minister U Htein Lin, state cabinet members and officials are pictured during the inspection tours yesterday. Photo: Win Min Soe (IPRD)

Under the directive of the National Natural Disaster Management Committee and the supervision of the Transport and Communications Committee, restoration materials are being shipped to Rakhine State.
Rakhine State Chief Minister U Htein Lin and members of the state government and department officials inspected the arrival of consumer goods and construction materials from Yangon at Sittway Multipurpose Port yesterday afternoon.
First, they paid respect to the 18th Mile Monastery Sayadaw Dr Ashin Cakkavala (Indasara) and received the five precepts. Then, they donated offertories to the Sayadaw and listened to the sermons about the Vipassana work, which were followed by sharing merits.
In the afternoon, the Chief minister and party checked the arrival of the foodstuffs transported from Yangon to Sittway at the multipurpose port by ships named Shwe Theingi, Tawwin Thiri, Aung Yadana, Shwe Lamin and Aung Yadana Thiri.
During the visit, the Rakhine the chief minister instructed that these goods should be managed in an orderly manner, that the goods would not be damaged, that they would not be hoarded, that they would not be allowed to reach places where there is no need, and that they would be able to operate safely. — Tin Htun (IPRD)/ KZL

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