May 13, 2018

Chief  Minister of Rakhine State U Nyi Pu and his delegation yesterday visited Yan -bye Island where development projects are underway.


In the morning, he inspected a 150-feet by 75-feet building of the technical school in Kyaukpyu, which was 90 percent complete, and a three-storey building of the education
college.


At the Rammawady Hall of the town, they met Rakhine State, district and township-level officials, members of parliament, town elders, and members of the Women Affairs Federation, as well as Maternal and Child Welfare Association.


The chief minister said he found advantages, as well as weak points in the development undertakings of the state, within the two-year period. He assured responsibility and accountability in carrying out the tasks in the new fiscal year through corruption-free and transparent services. He said cooperative efforts will be made to win the public’s trust while prioritising regional peace and stability.


At the Kyaukpyu District Hospital, the chief minister and his delegation visited the patients and inspected the construction of an eight-unit four-storey building for the health staff and the maintenance of a salt-water sluice gate at a village.

On 12 May, the chief minister inspected the section-wise laying of tar, gravel and earth, and the bridges on Yanbye-Kyauknimaw road and salt-water prevention banks in Thin Pin Chaung village.


In the afternoon, he met departmental personnel, local people, town elders and ward/village administrators at the General Administration Department.


In the evening, he inspected the construction of village-to-village roads, a 40-ft RC bridge on Yangon-Kyaukpyu road, and the retaining wall of Myinpyin radar station.