Union Chief Justice attends stake driving ceremony for Chin State High Court

Union Chief Justice U Htun Htun Oo sprinkles scented water on the stake driven for construction of Chin State High Court. Photo: MNA
Union Chief Justice U Htun Htun Oo sprinkles scented water on the stake driven for construction of Chin State High Court. Photo: MNA

Union Chief Justice U Htun Htun Oo attended a stake driving ceremony for the Chin State High Court held at Chin State, Haka, yesterday morning.
At the ceremony, Chin State Chief Minister U Salai Lian Luai, Supreme Court Judge U Myint Aung, Chin State Hluttaw Speaker U Zo Bawi, Chin State Chief Judge U Win Myint Kyaw, Magway Region Chief Judge U Sein Htun, Chin State minister for road and transportation U Shwe Htee Yo, Chin State minister for development affairs, electricity and industry U Soe Htet and Ministry of Construction Permanent Secretary U Win Tint drove the stakes and sprinkled scented waters on it.
Union Chief Justice U Htun Htun Oo conducted the traditional ceremony upon the successful completion of the stake driving ceremony and then posed for commemorative group photos with guests and officials. Union Chief Justice and officials then inspected the ground where the State High Court will be constructed and discussed additional matters. The State High Court will be built on a 0.887 acre of land and is a 3-story reinforced concrete building measuring 167 ft. x 120 ft. It will contain three court rooms, four rest rooms for judges, rooms for law officers, lawyers, security room, evidence storage room, library, case storage room, meeting hall, guest room, media room, and more, which will be constructed by the Ministry of Construction Building Construction Group 2, Special Building Group 6.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Min)

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