Tatmadaw members need to continuously preserve good traditions of the Tatmadaw with good military discipline and obedience

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State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets officers, other ranks and family members of Taunggyi Station in Taunggyi, Shan State on 1 October 2021.

All Tatmadaw members must conscientiously serve daily duties in individuals to show their good military discipline and obedience. As all systematic behaviours from the head to toe in line with military disciplines are good practices of a good soldier, they all have to abide by the disciplines individually and continuously to preserve the good traditions, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the meeting with officers, other ranks and families of Taunggyi Station at the hall of Eastern Command headquarters yesterday afternoon.
In his address, the Senior General said Tatmadaw members and families need to understand the political progress, State defence duty of the Tatmadaw and national political leadership role. Any country does not accept the unscrupulous ways to win the election because the election is the essence of democracy. The Tatmadaw notified the officials of addressing the voting frauds in the 2020 multiparty democracy general election. Today’s situation was based on their attempts to seize the State power unfairly by convening the third Hluttaw to form the new government.
Tatmadaw members need to take training to be capable Tatmadaw of dutifully discharging the State defence duty. Training and professional courses are conducted for enhancing the capacity of officers and other ranks to dutifully serve their tasks. Since its birth, the Tatmadaw has been good in discipline and obedience, and it must preserve the fine tradition as the discipline is the backbone of the Tatmadaw.
Every corps must be capable of State defence duty as infantry units. They must be fit for fight and ready for the fight. Hence, they must enhance their capacity through training.
Administrative officials need to have leadership without discrimination and emphasize logistic measures for subordinates. Those subordinates must present correct reports to the officials at different levels for correctly and rapidly solving everything.
Only when the infection rate of COVID-19 declines to the expected one will the government carries out development tasks including the education sector. So, all need to abide by the restriction for the disease to control the infection rate. If not only individual Tatmadaw members but also companies, regiments and the whole Tatmadaw follow the disciplines, the infection rate will drop in the entire nation. Hence, they all should follow the restrictions with a conscience.
The Senior General then attended to the needs of attendee officers, other ranks and families.
The Senior General presented foodstuffs to the commander and the wife of the Senior General, cash assistance for maternal and child to the wife of the commander.
Yesterday morning, the Senior General and party inspected prospects for upgrading the station sports ground of Eastern Command and upgrade of family housings and left necessary instructions. — MNA

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