Nay Pyi Taw, 6 Feb- Six questions were replied and one proposal and one bill submitted at 15th day session of Pyithu Hluttaw.
Regarding the question of U Win Swe of Nyaungshwe Constituency on if there is any plan to build a waste recycle factory for greening of Inlay Lake, Deputy Minister for Industry U Thein Aung said that at present, there is no any plan to build a waste recycle factory because of technology and high expenditures. It needs to conduct feasibility study before building the recycle factory there. Green light will be given for the construction of factory to those who can manage the factory to have minimum environmental impacts, he added.
U Win Swe said, “The reason why I asked that question is that it may face fund difficulties if we build it on a self-reliant basis. In my opinion, it would be more convenient if Development Affairs Committee builds an incinerator.”
Hluttaw recorded the proposal on urging the Union government to prescribe a special law that can protect the citizens in order that actions can be taken against those who abuse the power regarding movable properties and immovable properties to fully enjoy the rights described in the Constitution submitted by U Thein Nyunt of Thingangyun Constituency.
Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Chief of Myanmar Police Force Brig- Gen Kyaw Kyaw Tun and Deputy Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo discussed that proposal.
Member of Bil l Committee U Khin Maung Shwe read out Chemicals and Precursors Bill submitted by the deputy minister for Industry. The meeting continues tomorrow.-MNA
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