The ministry announced in October that 42 companies had expressed interest obtaining a license.
Those 42 were narrowed down to 29 companies which submitted formal proposals.
“We humbly apologise to all Tatmadaw personnel because of our mistakes.” Since being set up more than a year ago, the Tatmadaw’s True News Information team has regularly targeted the private sector media for perceived errors in its reporting.
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The news item concerned recent fighting between the Tatmadaw and Arakan Army that had forced 1100 people to flee their homes.
The two armed groups have clashed repeatedly since April 16.
The military’s True News Information team issued a statement shortly after the broadcast, complaining that MRTV-4 had referred to the Tatmadaw as “government forces”, and the Arakan Army as “Rakhine Tatmadaw”.
MRTV said this morning that the mistakes were due to the “weakness” of its editorial team.
To facilitate loading/unloading material and open guard rail, site clearing and tree cutting, piloting and mapping, utilities relocation, temporary works (sheet pile and earth work), bore piling work, pile cap, and survey works for MRT construction.
To facilitate loading/unloading of material road realignment, platform preparation, drainage works, soil investigation, bore piling works, pier construction and launching works for construction of MRT SSP Line.
Road users can now gain access to Bangunan LTAT and Menara Worldwide from Jalan Raja Chulan.
A stretch of Jalan Raja Chulan (Tun Razak-bound) between Jalan Conlay and Jalan Imbi has been closed to all traffic.