Ayeyawady Chief Minister proposes coastal road to Rakhine

According to Ayeyawady Region’s Chief Minister Mahn Johnny, a coastal road connecting Rakhine State and Ayeywady will be paved.

He confirmed the news that it will be a great contribution to safeguarding Myanmar of threats from the sea, at a press conference with journalists when he and his delegation were in Rakhine State.

“Both regional governments met and discussed about this at Gwa when that place received electricity. Rakhine’s and Ayeyawady’s coasts are very long. We have beaches such as Ngwe Saung, Chaung Tha, Shwe Thaung Yan and we also have Kyaukchoon and Gwa. Both parties liked this idea immensely because coastal safety requires this road to be functional because right now, there are many places to disappear into. If we have the road functional, we will have police stations along the way. It will also greatly facilitate emergency response,” said the Chief Minister.

There have been many cases of illegal immigrants, particularly Bangladeshis, entered via the sea, landing somewhere along the coast line and disappearing into the forests after.

Rakhine’s Chief Minister Nyi Pu had confirmed this over his Facebook page, both he and Mahn Johnny claiming that the union government will be urged strongly to make their plans a reality.

Source : Eleven Myanmar

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