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All communities in state are one irrespective of different cultures, traditions — Manipur CM

By Sobhapati Samom Updated: Oct 12, 2021 12:02 am
Biren Singh speaking during the inauguration of various projects in Kangpokpi district of Manipur on Monday.

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Kangpokpi, Oct. 11 (EMN):
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Monday inaugurated various infrastructure projects under different departments during the Kangpokpi chapter of ‘Go to Hills 2.0’ at Kangpokpi district headquarters, 45 km north of Imphal.

The ‘Go to Hills 2.0’ is a government initiative to bring governance to people’s doorstep.

 Addressing the event, Biren Singh stated that all communities residing in the state are one irrespective of different cultures and traditions and added that there should not be any mistrust and enmity among different communities. As such, the government, since its formation, had initiated ‘Go to Hills’ and ‘Go to Village’ missions to connect with its people, redress their grievances and ensure equal development, he said.

He said that the government had been able to provide supply of tap water to around 63 percent of the households of Kangpokpi district in the last four and half years. Around 22,781 persons had been enrolled and provided CMHT, a health card and nearly 2,271 persons had availed the benefits of the card.

He also announced that the government would consider construction of a Women’s Market (Ima Market) at Motbung very soon. He expressed satisfaction that 32,327 toilets had been constructed under Swachh Bharat Mission so far. Assuring that the government had always treated all sections of its people in the same way, he appealed to the public to cooperate in development works taken up by the former.

 Projects worth INR 1,593 crore including road constructions are ongoing in the district, he added.

The chief minister stated that benefits amounting to INR 46.34 crore would be distributed to certain beneficiaries under different schemes during the programme and various projects with an estimated cost of INR 30 crore.

Appreciating the civil society organisations of Kangpokpi district for their continuous support towards the government’s development initiatives, the chief minister sought cooperation of the people of Kangpokpi in the construction of Asian Highway so that the construction could be completed sooner in the larger interest of the state.

Works Minister, Th Biswajit Singh, while delivering his speech maintained that peace had been restored in the state with the installation of a new government in 2017 and added that development followed only with prevalence of peace.

By Sobhapati Samom Updated: Oct 12, 2021 12:02:24 am