Rakhine state government allocates K3.5 billion for revitalization of Sittway Township

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The Rakhine State government is allocating K3,500 million for the redevelopment of Sittway Township, according to U Hla Thein, Advocate-General of Rakhine State government.
As a result, Sittway Township is undergoing redevelopment through a 90-day project. Given that Sittway Township serves as the capital of Rakhine State, the primary focus is on enhancing the beautification of the city.
“In the 90-day project for the redevelopment of Sittway Township, various tasks are underway, including the beautification of side streets, dredging of drains, city-wide garbage collection operations, and the installation of physical exercise equipment in parks for the elderly to engage in health activities. Additionally, measures are being taken to address potential water shortages in the summer, involving the sinking of tube-wells in the city and the improvement of Shukhintha Road and the roads leading to the beach. Even after the state government completes the 90-day project and relevant tasks, the Rakhine State Development Committee will continue to oversee preparation and maintenance,” said Advocate-General U Hla Thein.
The 90-day project for the peaceful development and beautification of Sittway began on 1 November, and all tasks will be completed by the end of January next year.
It is also reported that there are more than 30 wards in Sittway, and the project are being implemented by 150 employees from relevant departments. — ASH/KZW

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