Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Schools & banks in Muse reopened

November 28, 2016
Due to the recent armed attacks in Muse, northern Shan State, schools were temporarily closed. Now that the area has regained some peace and stability, schools and banks have started to reopen.

At 10am on November 28, district and township administrators, State Hluttaw representatives and departmental officials visited No 1, 2 and 3 State High Schools to meet with teachers and students, giving words of encouragement.
Afterward, they went to the Muse General Hospital to give monetary aid to patients injured in the November 27 armed attack in Muse. The Shan State Cabinet has provided Ks100,000 each to seven patients, and district administrator U Kyaw Kyaw Tun has given out an additional Ks70,000 each to the same patients.
U Kyaw Kyaw Tun, the district administrator and chairman of district management committee, supported the monetary aid — Ks5 lakhs each to the families of 2 civilians killed on Lashio-Muse Pyihtaungsu Highway on November 22.
Following their hospital visit, the dignitaries inspected activities of the Myanma Economic Bank and private banks opened in Muse and bank’s routines that included — remittance, withdrawals and security arrangements.

Ref; The Global New Light of Myanmar

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