Chief Minister directs people to treat CNA warmly


Mr. Hung Ngai, Chief Minister of Chin state has directed people to treat warmly and assist the Chin National Army (CNA), which will be stationed in Paletwa Township, northern Chin state, Burma.

The local people were told to maintain good relations with CNA by Mr. Hung Ngai when he was visiting southern Chin state in the last week of January. The CM visited several villages of Paletwa Township during his first trip to the region.

The Chief Minister’s team attended the inauguration of the Lailenpi village, Matupi Township hospital after returning from Sinletwa and Pathen Tlang village of Paletwa Township.

It is learnt that Mr. Hung Ngai’s team is monitoring road construction on a self help basis by the local people of Sinletwa village of Paletwa Township and Lailenpi village of Matupi Township.

“The Chief Minister said that the Sinletwa-Lailenpi-Razua road connecting Hakha, the capital of Chin state will be constructed soon,” said a village administrator.

“He is a Chin national, so, he is very frank in his relationship with the people,” said a local.

The Chief Minister’s team left for Hakha from Sabawngte village army camp on 3 February.

The Chin state government level peace delegation and the Chin National Front have agreed in initiate peace talks to station CNA with its arms at Teddim, Than Tlang and Matupi Township.

The Chin National Army led by Colonel Hrang Tin Thai, Army Chief of Staff, Major Than Htun, second Army Chief of Staff and southern command commander is leaving for a new station after an agreement between the state government and CNF.


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