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[myanmar_information] The New Light of Myanmar (Tuesday, 17 September, 2002)



The New Light of Myanmar (Tuesday, 17 September, 2002)
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1. - State Peace and Development Council Chairman 
     Senior General Than Shwe accepts credentials of 
     Ambassador of Japan
   - State Peace and Development Council Chairman 
     Senior General Than Shwe accepts credentials of 
     Ambassador of Republic of South Africa 
2. State Peace and Development Council Vice-Chairman 
   General Maung Aye receives Master General of 
   Ordnance (MGO) of Army Headquarters of Republic 
   of India 
3. Maj- Gen Khin Maung Than attends opening of new 
   digital electronic auto telephone exchange in 
   Toungoo
4. - Minister receives Malaysian guest
   - Minister receives Ambassador of South Africa
   - Labour Minister arrives back from Indonesia  
5. - Minister arrives back from Meeting of ASEAN 
     Economic Ministers 
   - MNWCWA and work Committee for Prevention 
     of Trafficking in Persons meet 
6. - Minister inspects roads and bridges in Ayeyawady 
     and Bago Divisions 
   - Minister meets trainees of CITC
   - Industry-1 Minister inspects Factories in Yangon
   - Outstanding students honoured
   - Minister inspects training of selected Myanmar 
     athletes 
7. - Commander attends cash donation ceremony for 
     Maha Wizaya Pagoda 
   - Construction tasks in Yangon Division inspected 
8. - Dhamma Desana to be administered on 21 Sept 
   - Seminar on Effective Nursing Care to be held  
9. - Stimulant tablets, raw opium and precursors 
     seized 
   - Drug possessors sentenced 

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( 1 ) State Peace and Development Council Chairman
Senior General Than Shwe accepts credentials of
Ambassador of Japan 

Yangon, 16 Sept - HE Mr Yuji Miyamoto, newly
accredited Ambassador of Japan to the Union of
Myanmar, presented his credentials to Senior General
Than Shwe, Chairman of the , State Peace and
Development Council of the Union of Myanmar, at
Zeyathiri Beikman, Konmyinttha, at 10.15 am today. 

___________________________ 

State Peace and Development Council Chairman Senior
General Than Shwe accepts credentials of Ambassador of
Republic of South Africa 

Yangon, 16 Sept - HE Mrs Buyisiwe Maureen Pheto, newly
accredited Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa
to the Union or Myanmar, presented her cr-edentials to
Senior General Than Shwe, Chairman of the State Peace
and Development Council of the Union of Myanmar, at
Zeyathiri Beikman, Konmyinttha, at 10 am today. 

___________________________ 

( 2 ) State Peace and Development Council
Vice-Chairman General Maung Aye receives Master
General of Ordnance (MGO) of Army Headquarters of
Republic of India 

Yangon, 16 Sept - Vice-Chainman of the State Peace and
Development Council Deputy Commander- in-Chief of
Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) General
Maung Aye received visiting Lt-Gen SJS Saighal, Master
General of Ordnance (MOO) of Anny Headquarters of the
Republic of India, and party at Zeyathiri Beikman in
Konmyinttha at 8.30 am today. 

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( 3 ) Maj- Gen Khin Maung Than attends opening of new
digital electronic auto telephone exchange in Toungoo

Yangon, 16 Sept - State Peace and Development Council
member Maj- Gen Khin Maung Than of the Ministry of
Defence left here by air this morning to attend the
opening ceremony of new digital electronic auto
telephone exchange of Myanma Posts and
Telecommunications in Toungoo of Bago Division. 

Then, Maj-Gen Khin Maung Than attended the opening
ceremony of the new digital electronic auto telephone
exchange of Myanma , Posts and Telecommunications in
Toungoo. 

First, the commander and the minister formally opened
the exchange. Then, Maj-Gen K:hin Maung Than and patty
visited the exchange. Next, the opening ceremony of
the exchange was held at the hall of Toungoo District
Peace and Development Council Office. At the ceremony,
Maj-Gen Khin Maung Than delivered an address. He said
that 16 September 2002 is an auspicious day as a new
digital electronic auto- exchange was opened and used
in Toungoo, Bago Division. In the past, there was a
Crossbar auto-exchange with 1,300 lines. As a result,
local calls can be made directly, but overseas calls
can only be made through an operator. 

Nowadays, local calls as well as overseas calls can be
made directly as over 4,000 lines have been installed
by means of China-made S-12 digital electronic
auto-exchange system. Altogether US $ 1.383 mil- lion
and K 105.647 million has been spent on installation
of a new digital electronic auto-exchange in Toungoo.
The project has been implemented by exchanging old
Crossbar exchange for new S-12 digital exchange and
extension of lines. The project has been launched in
Yangon, Mandalay and Pyay in addition to Taungoo.

The present Yangon-Toungoo-Mandalay microwave link is
Analogue System and arrangements are being made to
upgrade it for modern digital microwave link in the
very near future. On completion, it will contribute
much towards information and communication technology
(ICT) in addition to telephone calls.

 The present day is called the knowledge age, for
science and technology has been changing rapidly. To
promote information and communication technology in
Myanmar, ICT Park was set up in Yangon on 21 January
2002 and arrangements are being made to establish a
similar ICT Park in Mandalay. Myanma Posts and
Telecommunications has been granting permits to the
Government bodies, departments and companies to use
Domains out of Top Level Domain (mm) of Myanmar.
Besides, installation of E-mail and Internet is being
launched with the use of telephone lines and ISDN
(Integrated Services Digital Network) and altogether
77 Internet lines and 5,339 Internet E-mail lines are
being used. To ensure better communications in
Toungoo, Bago Division, a new digital electronic
auto-exchange was opened by MPT. 

With better communications in Taungoo, socio-economic
life of the local people and administrative functions
will improve. The Ministry of Communications, Posts
and Telegraphs has opened new electronic
auto-exchanges in Monghsat and Mongphat, Shan State
(East) with a view to ensuring better communications
in border areas. Likewise, new electronic
auto-exchanges were installed in Ngapali
(Shewwachaing) and An, Rakhine State. In addition, new
digital electronic auto-exchanges were installed and
opened in Khayan, Yangon Division, and in Ayethaya
Industrial Zone and Nyaungshwe, Shan State (South). 

New auto-exchanges are being used in Ye, Pyapon and
Hsipaw. A total of 125 auto-exchanges, 515 manual
exchanges and over 400,000 telephone lines have been
installed and are being used nationwide. Arrangements
are being made for better communications. New
auto-exchanges are being installed in Monywa
Industrial Zone, Sagaing Division and in Panglong,
Shan State (South) and arrangements are being made to
install new auto-exchanges in Katha and Shwegu.
Extension of auto-exchange lines is being launched in
Myitkyina, Bamo, Taunggyi, Bago and Dawei. As far as
microwave link is concerned, Manaung-Taungup link has
been installed and is being used. Work is under way
for installation of Moppalin-Kyaikhto link and
Yangon-Kawhmu-Kongyangon link,
Pathein-Myaungmya-Kyonmangay-Mawlamyinegyun-Bogale-Pyapon-Dedaye
link. Optical Fiber communication system is being
built between Yangon and Mandalay in addition to
microwave link and it will soon be opened and
operational, he noted. 

He said overseas calls can be made easily as satellite
communications and Asia-Europe underwater cable system
are used in overseas communications sector. Modern
communications systems such as CDMA and GSM telephone
systems are installed in Yangon, Mandalay, Sagaing,
Mogok and Kyaukse. Efforts are being made for
development in various parts of the country including
border areas in building a peaceful, modern developed
nation. In doing so, development of communications
sector plays an important role in development of
economic, social and management affairs of a region.
Plans for development of communications systems and
services are being implemented. Arrangements are being
made for rapid development in rural regions and for
narrowing the gap between urban and rural areas in
accord with the guidance of the Head of State. 

Myanma Posts and Telecommunications is undertaking
rural communication development project step by step
in the regions where there is no communication link.
In 2001-2002 fiscal year, rural communication
development project (First Phase) was implemented.
Telephone lines have been installed in 55 villages in
states and divisions including Myinsu Village in
Oktwin Township, Kyaikpadaik Village in Thanatpin
Township, Natywa in Htantabin Township and Thongwa
Village in DaikU Township in Bago Division (East). In
second phase, arrangements are under way for
installation of rural telephone line in 200 villages
in states and divisions including seven villages in
Bago Division (East) in 2002-2003 fiscal year. For
public convenience in the telephone service,
altogether 1,956 telephones were installed in public
call offices in busy and important places in Yangon
and 575 telephones in Mandalay. 

Information services have been available at Telecom
Message Service Centre (104) since mid-June. According
to the system, information can be sent to various
parts of the country. New services such as call
waiting, call forward, 3 ways call and calling line
identification are also available at the request of
the users. Myanma Posts and Telecommunications has
been providing facilities for postal service,
telegraphs and telephone services for the people and
the departments. MPT is making efforts to win public
confidence in communications services and is
fulfilling requirements on communications. He thanked
officials of Bago Division Peace and Development
Council, local authorities and MPT personnel for
rendering assistance to installation of a new digital
electronic auto exchange in Toungoo. 

Then, Commander Brig-Gen Aung Min and Minister
Brig-Gen Thein Zaw gave speeches. Afterwards, Toungoo
Township USDA Executive U Tin Soe spoke words of
thanks. The minister presented certificates of honour
to workers who participated in the construction of the
exchange to Assistant Engineer Daw Le Hnin Zin. Next,
Maj-Gen Khin Maung Than and party inspected Toungoo
General Hospital and Special out-patient Unit where
they were welcomed by Medical Superintendent Dr Myint
Myint Than, officials and staff. 

At the meeting hall, Maj-Gen Khin Maung Than met with
the medical superintendent, doctors and nurses and
gave instructions on health care services. Medical
Superintendent Dr Myint Myint Than reported on tasks
of Toungoo General Hospital and the specialist
out-patient ward. The commander gave a supplementary
report. Then, Maj-Gen Khin Maung Than and party
inspected medical wards of the hospital. 

Next, Maj-Gen Khin Maung Than and party inspected
development of Toungoo by car and left there by air
for Yangon. 

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( 4 ) Minister receives Malaysian guest


Yangon, 16 Sept - Minister for Health Maj-Gen Ket Sein
received Mr Hishamuddin Koh of Malaysian Herb Society
at his office this afternoon. 

___________________________ 

Minister receives Ambassador of South Africa


Yangon, 16 Sept - Minister for Mines Brig-Gen Ohn
Myint received Bangkok-based Ambassador of South
Africa to Myanmar Mrs Buyisiwe M Pheto currently
visiting here at his office this afternoon. 

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Labour Minister arrives back from Indonesia 

Yangon, 16, Sept - Minister for Labour U Tin Winn
arrived back here by air at 3 pm this evening after
attending the Annual meeting of US-ASEAN Business
Council held in Bali, Indonesia. 

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( 5 ) Minister arrives back from Meeting of ASEAN
Economic Ministers 

Yangon, 16 Sept - Minister at the State Peace and
Development Council Chairmen's Office Brig-Gen Abel,
after attending the 34th Meeting of ASEAN Economic
Ministers and other related meetings in Brunei from 11
to 15 September, arrived back here by air this
evening. 

The 34th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting and other
related meetings were held at the International
Convention Centre. The Myanmar delegation led by the
minister attended the 5th ASEAN Investment Areas
Council (AIA Council) Meeting on 11 September morning
and the 16th ASEAN Free Trade Areas (AFTA Council)
Meeting, in the afternoon the same day. On 12
September morning, the minister and party attended the
opening ceremony of the 34th ASEAN Economic Ministers
Meeting.

After the ceremony, the ASEAN economic ministers and
the general secretary of the ASEAN paid courtesy calls
on the Sultan of Brunei. Then, Myanmar delegation
attended the 34th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting. In
the evening, the Myanmar delegation together with
delegations of other countries attended a dinner
hosted by the minister of Industrial and Basic
Resource. On 13 September morning, the Myanmar
delegation attended a coordination meeting between the
ASEAN economic ministers and the minister of Foreign
Trade and Economic Cooperation of the People's
Republic of China and also a coordination meeting
between the ASEAN economic ministers and the minister
of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan in the
afternoon the same day. 

In the evening, the minister of the host country gave
a dinner, which the Myanmar delegation attended, in
honour of the ASEAN economic ministers and the
ministers of China and Japan. Seventh coordination
meeting between the ASEAN economic ministers and trade
ministers of Australia and New Zealand took place in
the morning of 14 September. After the meeting, the
ministers signed the ministerial level declaration
which includes close-cooperation among the ASEAN,
Australia and New Zealand. 

In the afternoon, the Myanmar delegation attended the
5th coordination meeting between the ASEAN economic
ministers and the ministers of China, Japan and Korea.
In the morning of 15 September, the Myanmar delegation
attended the first meeting between the ASEAN economic
ministers and the Indian trade minister. As there were
many kinds of meetings, the ministers held a press
conference and a press release was issued after each
meeting. 

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MNWCWA and work Committee for Prevention of
Trafficking in Persons meet

Yangon, 16 Sept-For development of Myanmar women, a
coordination meeting between the Myanmar National
Working Committee for Women's Affairs headed by the
deputy minister for Social Welfare, Relief and
Resettlement and Work Committee for Prevention
Trafficking in Persons headed by the deputy minister
for Home Affairs under the Myanmar National Committee
for Women's Affairs was held at the office of the
minister for SWRR on Naga Cave Pagoda Road in Mayangon
Township here this afternoon. 

work committee members, sub-committee leaders, members
of Work Committee for Prevention Against Trafficking
in Persons. Myanmar National Women's Affairs Committee
Chairman Minister Maj- Gen Sein Htwa made an opening
speech. 

He said the Work Committee for Prevention of
Trafficking in Persons led by Deputy Minister for Home
Affairs Brig- Gen Thura Myint Maung and the legal
affairs and consultation group under the MNWAC were
founded as guided by Patron of the MNWAC Secretary-1
of the State Peace and Development Council Lt-Gen Khin
Nyunt in meeting with MNWAC members at Zeya Thiri
Beikman on 17 July. The present meeting was the first
meeting of the two committees to discuss development
tasks for women's , sector at different levels
implemented in Shan State, Mon State and Kayin State,
he said. Then, Work Committee for Preventing of
Trafficking in Persons Chairman Deputy Minister
Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung explained tasks being
carried out. Secretary of MNWAC Iand MNWCWA Director-
General U Sit Myaing reported tasks being implemented.


Afterwards, the leader of education sub- committee,
the leader of health sub-committee, the leader of the
sub-committee on the violence against women and
rehabilitation, the leader of the economic affairs
sub-committee, the leader of the culture sub-
committee, the leader of the information
sub-committee, the leader of the international
communications sub- committee, the leader of the
environmental conservation sub-committee, the leader
of the girls and adult sub- committee and the leader
of the legal affairs and consultation sub-committee
re- ported tasks being implemented. Then, a general
round of discussions followed and decisions were made.


The meeting came to a close with concluding remarks by
Chairman Minister Maj-Gen Sein Htwa. 

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( 6 ) Minister inspects roads and bridges in Ayeyawady
and Bago Divisions 

Yangon, 16 Sept - Minister for Construction Maj-Gen
Saw Tun, inspected Pathein-Monywa road from
Batye-Oakshitpin section up to Shwe Chaung Bridge
(Oakshitpin-Mindon section) on 14 September. The
minister and party heard a report on maintenance of
road sections during the rainy season and future tasks
in the open season presented by engineers in charge.
The minister gave instructions on matters relating to
maintenance of roads and drainage system. 

Then, the minister arrived at the Shwe Chaung bridge
construction project undertaken by Special bridge
group-13 and heard a report by engineer in charge on
completion of two approach structures, the
installation of bole piers and future tasks. The
minister gave instructions on use of construction
materials of high quality. 

Next, the minister and party left Batye on 15
September and arrived Pyintha Workshop of Public
Works. Deputy Chief engineer U Thaung Nyunt
(Mechanical) and officials explained the tasks being
carried out in the workshop and the minister gave
necessary instructions. 

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Minister meets trainees of CITC

Yangon, 16 Sept - Minister for Rail Transportation U
Pan Aung, met with the trainees of the courses on
general administration and leadership (Officer),
deputy station-master, engine driver, signal and
junior engineer at Aung San hall of the Central
Institute of Transport and Communications in Meiktila
on 14 September and explained matters related to the
current incidents and measures for smooth' and secure
transport with the aid of charts and video. 

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Industry-1 Minister inspects Factories in Yangon

Yangon. 16 Sept - Minister for Industry-l U Aung
Thaung visited Candy factory of Myanma Food- stuff
Industries in Tamway township this morning. Minister U
Aung Thaung inspected production of candy there and
gave instructions on exceeding the target, meeting the
international standard extension of factory and
cleaning tasks for the factory to the officials at the
briefing hall of the factory. 

The minister and the deputy ministers then visited
Biscuit Factory and inspected production line there.
They then proceeded to Mayangon Tower Factory No 23 of
Myanma Textile Industries in Mayangon Township. The
minister gave necessary intructions and inspected
finished products of the factory.

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Outstanding students honoured

Yangon, 16 Sept - A ceremony to present award and cash
assistance to outstanding children of the staff of
Ministry of Mines was held at the Thiriyadanar Hall of
the ministry at noon today. At first, Minister for
Mines Brig-Gen Ohn Myint made a speech. Next, the
minister, deputy minister , directors-general and
managing directors presented awards and cash
assistance to 42 outstanding students in the
matriculation examination of 2001-2002 academic year
and 33 students attending at the Institute of Medicine
and Institute of Technology .

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Minister inspects training of selected Myanmar
athletes

Yangon, 16 Sept - Chairman of Myanmar Olympic
Committee Minister for Sports Brig-Gen Thura Aye Myint
viewed the training of selected Myanmar
weight-lifters, archers, sepak takraw athletes and
boxers including Boxer Kyaw Swa Aung and other new
generation athletes for the XIV SEA games at the
respective training camps in Aung San Stadium,
Kyaikkasan Grounds and Youth Training Centre this
morning. 

Then, the minister heard reports on arrangements and
timetables of the training presented by coaches and
gave instructions on observance of sports rules and
enhancing the prestige of the nation by gaining
success in the competitions. The minister also
attended to the needs.

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( 7 ) Commander attends cash donation ceremony for
Maha Wizaya Pagoda 

Yangon, 16 Sept - The seventh cash donation ceremony
for offering gold foils to Maha Wizaya Pagoda was held
at Dhamma Rekkhita Dhammayon of the pagoda at 9 am
today, attended by Chairman of the Maha Wizaya Pagoda
Construction Committee Chairman of Yangon Division
Peace and Development Council Commander of Yangon
Command Maj-Gen Myint Swe. 

First, the ceremony started with three-time recitation
of Namo Tassa. The commander and officials accepted
cash donated by the wellwishers aiming at offering
gold foils to the pagoda. The donations were: K 3.2
million by bus owners, conductors and families of the
staff of the committee, K 3.22 million by U Kyaw
Aye-Daw Khin Nyunt and son Ko Moe Kyaw of Myaungmya in
memory of the late Daw Than Sein, K 290,000 by Daw Thi
Thi Than, Yawai Myint, Yawai Thit and family under the
auspices of grandfathers and grandmothers, K 12.8
million by 128 bus owners of the bus lines under the
management of the committee. Then, certificates of
honour were given to the wellwishers. Today's
donations for the pagoda amounted to K 19.51 million. 

Next, the Ovadacariya Sayadaw of Maha Wizaya Pagoda
administered the Five Precepts to the congregation.
The commander offered provisions to the chairman
Sayadaw of Yangon Division Sangha Nayaka Committee who
delivered a sermon, followed by the sharing of merits.
Afterwards, the ceremony came to an end with
recitation of Buddha Sasanam ?iram Titthatu three
times.

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Construction tasks in Yangon Division inspected

Yangon, 16 Sept - Minister for Health Maj-Gen Ket
Sein, accompanied by Deputy Minister Prof Dr Kyaw
Myint, inspected construction tasks for the Institute
of Dental Medicine (Yangon) in Thingangyun Township
yesterday. 

At the briefing hall, Managing Director U Ye Tun of
Myanma Industrial Construction Services and
Construction Site Engineer U Zaw Win reported to the
minister on completion of works and future tasks. The
minister then inspected construction site for
Hepatitis-B Vaccine Factory of the Medical Research
Department (Lower Myanmar) in Dagon Myothit (East)
Township where Construction Site Engineer U Htwe Htwe
briefed the minister on construction tasks and
Resident Representative U Shwe Tun Hlaing of Samsung
Corporation and Mr Kim of Golden Midas Construction Co
gave supplementary reports.

Deputy Director-General Dr Soe Thein of the Medical
Science Department also reported to the minister on
administrative sector of the factory. The minister
looked around the construction site and gave
instructions on building the factory to meet the
international standard as it is a vaccine factory. 

The minister also visited the construction site of
Ywathagyi Psychiatric Hospital where he heard reports
on the project by General Manager U Sein Thaung of
Asia World Construction Co and Construction Site
Engineer U Aung Sein, Director-General Dr Wan Maung
and Medical Superintendent Dr Toe Aung. 

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( 8 ) Dhamma Desana to be administered on 21 Sept 

Yangon, 16 Sept - The Religious Affairs Department
announced that Vice-Chairman of State Sangha Maha
Nayaka Committee Presiding Nayaka Sayadaw Agga Maha
Pandita Agga Maha Saddhammajotika Bhaddanta Silavamsa
of Wuntho Monastery of Myitkyina, Kachin State, will
administer Dhamma Desana at the Dhammayon of Maha
Theindawgyi Pariyatti Monastery at 550, Maha Bandoola
Street, Pabedan Township, at 7 pm on 21 September,
fullmoon day of Tawthalin, 1364 ME. 

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Seminar on Effective Nursing Care to be held 

Yangon, 16 Sept - "One Day Seminar on Coordination
Nursing Education, Services and Effective Nursing
Care" organized by Myanmar Medical Scholar Society
will be held, with the participation of the scholars
from the departments under the Ministry of Health, at
the meeting hall of the University of Nursing (Yangon)
at 9 am on 18 September. 

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( 9 ) Stimulant tablets, raw opium and precursors
seized 

Yangon, 16 Sept - A combined team comprising members
of local intelligence unit and Myitkyina Special
Anti-drug Squad, acting on information, searched the
house of Nyi Nyi Naing (a) Ar Too and Be Shann in
Thayagon village, Phakant Township and arrested them
together with 22 stimulant tablets and 1.5 gram of raw
opium in a suitcase on 16 August. 

Likewise, a combined team searched the house of Daw
Woo Nyawt in Thayagon village in Phakant Township and
arrested her together with 98 stimulant tablets.
Similarly, a combined team comprising members of local
intelligence unit and Muse Special Anti-drug Squad,
acting on information, stopped and searched a vehicle
with number plates (Tha/8242) which was on its way
from Muse to Namhkan on Namhkan road and arrested Sho
Kyu Tal who was at the wheel and Kwet Sei, a
passenger, together with 9 pices of paraphernalia used
in refining narcotic drugs and 4 precursors.

In connection with the cases, action is being taken
against them under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substances Law by the police station concerned.

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Drug possessors sentenced

Yangon, 16 Sept - A combined team comprising members
of local intelligence unit and Bago Special Anti-Drug
Squad, acting on information, intercepted and searched
a passenger bus with license plates 4Kha/ 5481, coming
from Taungoo, near the toll gate of the entrance to
Bago and arrested passenger Saw Shi Lomo together with
11 kilos of marijuana from his bag on 8 February 2002.


In connection with the case, Bago Police Station No I
filed a law suit against Saw Shi Lomo, 31, son of U
Saw Palo of Aung Myayyar Village in Htantabin
Township, and his accomplice Saw Wai Wall, 32, son of
U Saw Tin of the same Village, under section 15/19
(A)/21 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substances Law. Bago District Court on 21 August 2002
sentenced Saw Shi Lomo to 25 years' imprisonment under
section 19 (A) and Saw Wai Wall to 15 years' under
section 19 (A)/ 21. 

Similarly, on 16 February 2002, a team made up of
local intelligence unit and regional police force,
acting on a tip-off, searched Kyaw Htay near Taw Win
Street, Ward 6, Shwepyitha Township, and seized 98
grams of marijuana. Then, Shwepyitha Police station
opened the case against Kyaw Htay, 23, son of U Aung
Chit of Monshegon Village, Shwepyitha Township, under
section 15/19 (A) of the Narcotic Drugs and
Psychotropic Substances Law. Yangon North District
Court sentenced him to 20 years under section 19 (A)
on 31 July 2002.  

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