Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets with Tatmadaw members from Bawlakhe, Phruso stations seperately

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Senior General Min Aung Hlaing encourages a patient in Bawlakhe Station. Photo: Commander-in-Chief Office

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing met with families of officers and other ranks from Bawlakhe Station and from the Tatmadaw advanced training school of Phruso Station separately yesterday.
At the meeting, the Senior General has stressed the importance of the Tamadaw’s members’ voluntary services for education, health and development of the people to gain trust from the people, urging them to promote their calibre while carrying out their main duties of defence, training and public welfare services.
There is no discrimination among ethnic national races living in regions and states and enjoying equal opportunity, said the Senior General, adding that the members of the Tatmadaw are to keep its works to be reliable for the people and to gain trust from the people while making efforts for gaining the eternal peace in the country.
The members of the Tatmadaw are to work for securing peace and stability guaranteed by the constitution which is adopted by the majority of the people.
The Tatmadaw which was formed in accordance with the law is within the law and taking actions against those who break the law.
In his concluding remarks, the Senior General has called on the members of the Tatmadaw to strictly observe the military rules as it is the lifeblood of the Tatmadaw.
At the meetings, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla presented food and cash assistance to the members of the Tatmadaw and the Maternal and Child Welfare Association of the two stations, according to the news release of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief.

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