State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets officers, other ranks and families from Mawlamyine Station

Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing delivered a speech in meeting with officers, other ranks and their families from Mawlamyine Station of South-East Command yesterday afternoon.
Speaking about the country’s political situation, the Senior General stressed the need for officers, other ranks and their families to be familiar with it. He said the Tatmadaw is taking State responsibilities temporarily to ensure genuine and disciplined democracy and strong democracy following the circumstances that erupted in the country.
Under the country’s election law, the representatives they have elected are the ones who have to choose State leaders on behalf of the voters. Therefore, they need to be real representatives for the people. The Senior General stressed the need to consider and review that those who won the election through vote-rigging could not be real representatives for the people at all.
Tatmadaw repeatedly talks about a solution to the problem of inaccurate voter lists. Those responsible did not seek any answers, and instead, they tried to come to power in a forcible way.
Education staff have the duty to provide basic education for school-age children. Civil servants need to distinguish between their emotions and sense of duty. They should consider it for the sake of the country.
Preparations are being made to replace the civil servants avoiding their duties. When the emergency period of State duties is over, a free and fair election will be held, and power will be transferred.
The Tatmadaw’s main duty is national defence. The Tatmadaw had to continue to control the country as it has played a leading role in national politics throughout successive eras. Those who have led a soldier life must serve State and military duties as good Tatmadawmen. As military discipline is the backbone of the Tatmadaw, they must be obedient and disciplined. The leadership role is important, and there must be fair governance as well as step-by-step command and control system. Leaders must be able to lead their subordinates the way to correcting and overcoming difficulties. As they have been taught since their basic training courses to perform their duties in a careful and sensible way, they are urged to correctly apply the skills and knowledge they have been taught. They must be proud of their national defence duties and work hard by looking towards their future and progress, the Senior General said.
The Senior General, wife and party went to the local Tatmadaw hospital in Mawlamyine. The Senior General comforted and presented foods to the officers, other ranks and families and local people receiving treatments. Since health staff were absent from their work at the State people’s hospitals, the Tatmadaw hospitals since February has accepted 4,265 civilian patients. They include 540 pregnant women who delivered their babies naturally, 309 pregnant women who delivered their babies by Caesarian section, 485 patients for major surgeries and 496 patients for normal surgeries. There are still 52 civilians in the hospital. —MNA

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