Unscrupulous persons set fire to two-unit staff housing of Paywetseikon railway station

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The ravages are seen after fire set by unscrupulous rioters at the two-unit staff housing of Paywetseikon railway station yesterday.

Unscrupulous persons threw a burning bottle of petroleum in Paywetseikon Ward of North Okkalapa Township at about 2 am yesterday.
The flaming bottle fell between the ward administrator office and a staff housing North Okkalapa railway station. It caused an outbreak of fire which ceased at about 2:40 am.
In the event, some parts of the ward administrator office were burnt, but a two-unit staff housing (with 504 square feet of area) and a two-unit toilet (with 36 square feet of area) of Myanma Railways were lost in the fire. Both buildings were worth about K1.5 million. U Hsan Lwin, station clerk (in-charge) of Okkalapa railway station and U Zaw Tun Aung, station clerk of Yangon railway station was absent without reason at the workplace as of 19 February.
As they did not reside at the housing, all items of household equipment were lost in the fire.
Myanma Railways opened a file of the lawsuit against acts and destructions of violent, unscrupulous persons at the relevant police station under the law to take action against them. — MNA

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