Union Minister Lt-Gen Ye Aung inspects development works in Falam, Thantlang, Hakha

Union Minister Lt-Gen Ye Aung inspects a road section in Chin State. Photo: MNA
Union Minister Lt-Gen Ye Aung inspects a road section in Chin State. Photo: MNA

Union Minister for Border Affairs Lt-Gen Ye Aung inspected development works in Falam, Thantlang and Hakha townships in Chin State on 21 and 23 December.
During the tour of inspection, the Union Minister was accompanied by Chin State Chief Minister U Salai Lian Luai, Chin State Security and Border Affairs Minister Col. Han Win Aung and officials.
On 21 December, they inspected the construction of a 39-mile long Icon-Ibwarl-Kyaunghwae-Koesae dirt road project started in the 2016-2017 fiscal year, in Falam Township.
The Union Minister urged the officials concerned to construct the road meeting the set standards.
Along the way to Falam, the Union minister inspected the road.
On 22 December, the Union Minister visited ThiKi (Kha) Village in Thantlang Township and inspected the completed (6/4) miles road section of (13/4) miles long ThiKi-Thabawa Uyin dirt road constructed with the fund allocated by Ministry of Border Affairs.
The Union Minister and party also inspected the construction works in ThiKi Village, and attended to the needs of the village extension including construction for road, water supply and low-cost housing.
The party also inspected the ThiKi dam constructed by No (3) Construction of Irrigation and Water Utilization Management Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation. The dam is distributing water to 11 villages in the region.
On 23 December, the Union Minister and party visited Rebula Town via Hakha Town, and met with the town elders there.
Ministry of Border Affairs initiated the construction of (39/0) miles long Icon-Ibwarl-Kyaunghwae-Koesae dirt road in 2016-2017 FY and completed (13/0) miles road section in this year, (13/0) miles road section in 2017-2018 FY, and (2/0) miles road section in the first six-month of 2018-2019 FY.
The remaining road sections (5/0) miles and (6/0) miles will be constructed with a completion target in 12 months of 2018-2019 FY. The road will benefit 13 villages in the region. — MNA (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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