Over 200 complaint letters were received by Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi at a meeting held at the Town Hall in Magway on May 9.
These complaints and presentations were received on May 9 starting from about 12 noon until the end of the meeting with State Counsellor by people from Magway Region.
San Myo from Laytaingsin village, Laytaingsin village-tracts, Myothit Township said, “I didn’t give complaint letter. I just gave my presentation to State Counsellor for giving a bore well and pump to Kyanikan village in our Laytaingsin village-tracts as this village suffers drought and shortage of potable water every summer season. I gave my presentation at this meeting with Mom Suu by local people.”
But some local people gave complaint letters at that meeting.
San Paing from Kyauksan village, Sagu Town, Minbu Township said, “Our villagers collectively gave a complaint letter over the dismissal of the Kyauksan village administrator elected by local villagers without having any fault.”
In this Magway trip by State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, the complaint letters included complaints over irregularities in election of village administrators, issuing farmland revenue forms without knowledge of owners of the land plots, and the wrongdoings in village electrification committees in these villages.
Aung San Suu Kyi arrived in Magway on the morning of May 9. She visited Shwesettaw pagoda first and then she met with local people in the evening.