Myawaddy Township

Municipality of Myawaddy

The Myawaddy Township (Burmese: ?????

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Municipality of Myawaddy

The Myawaddy Township (Burmese: ?????????????) is a community of the Myawaddy District in the Kayin State of Burma (Myanmar). It' the only township in the Myawaddy District. City of Myawaddy is the capital. The Kyain Seikgyi Township of Kawkareik District in the SW and W, Kawkareik Township of Kawkareik District in the W, Thailand in the NAST, E and SW.

The DKBA's main policy arm, the Klohtoobaw Karen Organisation (KKO), has designated all areas of the Myawaddy Township as drug-free wards.

The DKBA's main policy arm, the Klohtoobaw Karen Organisation (KKO), has designated all areas of the Myawaddy Township as drug-free wards. KKO gathered with 25 villagers and up to 50 villagers at its headquarters, Kaw Thu Mwe Kee, to discuss anti-drug activity and announce drug-free areas.

"We' ve reached an agreement with residents to ban all drugs activity in areas under our supervision. We' re all in agreement that the area should be declared drug-free areas. KKO gave the villagers the right to apprehend drugs consumers, purchasers and vendors in every town. The villagers consented to turn the perpetrators over to the KKO.

Villagers said to the assembly that they were worried that there were substance abusers in the Palu and Wawlay area. It was stated at the summit that they intend to work with non-governmental organisations on anti-drug campaigning, which includes educational and healthcare activities. KKO published its declaration on the prohibition of narcotics on 18 May and said that it would work with the anti-drugs authorities.

KKO wants to ban drugs in the Karen state. On 20 April, the Anti-Drugs Council follows an April 20 Thai administration statement that the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB), headed by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubumrung, spent one million Bahts (388,000 US dollars) to seize 25 of the country's most wanted drugs traffickers, among them KKO General Saw Ler Pwe, for his seizure.

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