Rakhine State Chief Minister visits Hla Pho Khaung Reception Centre, Kanyinchaung SEZ construction site

Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi  Pu meets with residents of Kyein Chaung Village yesterday.   PHOTO: THET LWIN SOE
Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu meets with residents of Kyein Chaung Village yesterday.  
PHOTO: THET LWIN SOE

Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu visited Hla Pho Khaung Reception Centre, inspected the construction progress of Kanyinchaung Special Economic Zone (SEZ), and met with residents of Kyein Chaung Village yesterday.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by State Chief Justice U Kyauk, and state ministers U Kyaw Aye Thein and U Win Myint at Hla Pho Khaung Reception Centre in the morning. They inspected the completion of housing units and roads and access to electricity and drinking water in the centre.
They listened to a presentation by the centre’s administrator, U Soe Shwe Aung, concerning the centre’s processes, completion of infrastructure construction, access to electricity and drinking water, storage of rations, preventive measures for fire emergencies, and healthcare services.
Next, the Chief Minister and entourage traveled to Kanyinchaung SEZ. They inspected the complete construction of warehouses, other buildings and roads, and the completion status of project implementations.
They received an explanation from U Aung Min Thein, Vice Chairman of the Kanyinchaung SEZ Construction Project Committee, concerning project statistics, funding status, project period, ongoing, complete and future processes.
Afterwards, the Chief Minister and entourage arrived in Kyein Chuang Village and met with local residents. He asked the villagers to openly discuss their livelihood, social aspects, businesses, education, and healthcare so that the government can address their needs. The villagers talked about their difficulties concerning their businesses, transportation, healthcare, education, and social aspects, and the Chief Minister and officials discussed on these and offered solutions.
Later in the evening, the Chief Minister and entourage visited Mingyi Village, met with local residents, and inspected their livelihoods, the completed school building, and the land for constructing a monastery. He then talked with the villagers and made necessary recommendations. Afterwards, the Chief Minister and entourage paid obeisance to Mingyi Sayadaw U Nanda Bhadda and Weik Kyein Taw Sayadaw U Dhamma Thayna, and visited the historic Weik Kyein Dattaw Pagoda.—Mawsi, Ko Min (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)

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