SAC Member Mahn Nyein Maung opens new school buildings in Pantanaw Township

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The SAC Member and dignitaries cut the ceremonial ribbon to open a new school building in Pantanaw Township yesterday.

The opening ceremony of a new two-storey school building of No (1) B.E.H.S in Pantanaw Township of Ayeyawady Region was organized yesterday.
During the event, State Administration Council Member Mahn Nyein Maung, Ayeyawady Region Chief Minister U Tin Maung Win, and Commander of South-West Command Maj-Gen Aung Aung cut the ribbon and sprinkled scented water on the signboard.
Then, SAC Member Mahn Nyein Maung said words of thanks on behalf of SAC urging to make efforts for peaceful learning of students, teach students with kindness and goodwill and cooperate in producing smart students.
Region Chief Minister briefed on the opening of the new school building and activities for the education sector and school welfare members expressed words of thanks to the government on behalf of residents and students.
The SAC member, Region Chief Minister and Commander also attended the opening ceremonies of a new one-storey school building of the basic primary school in Daukgyi Kwatthit and another new one-storey school building of the basic high school in Asugyi Village.
After the ceremonies, they met with the departmental officials, town elders and residents. — MNA

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