Imphal, Sept 12: Chief Minister N Biren has expressed the needs of joint efforts by the people of the state and the government to take the state forward to develop in every field.
Speaking at the reception programme organised by the Chief Minister and his council of minister by the autonomous district council at Lamka Ground, Churachandpur District, N Biren, Chief Minister of Manipur said that Bihang in Churachandpur District will be the second gate way under the act-east policy.
A sum of Rs 30 crore for detail project report has been prepared for the construction of the road for the second gateway, he added.
N Biren also said that peace have been return in the state and the people of the state and the government need to work collectively to take the state forward for development in every field.
Drawing the attention of Chief Minister, V Hangkhanlian, Agriculture, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry expressed the needs for repairing the road ways of the district and availability of health care facilities to the people.
A memorandum was submitted by Khaipao Haokip, Chairman of Autonomous District Council, Churachandpur to Chief Minister N Biren during the reception programme demanding setting up of B.Ed College, Medical College including provision for clean and safety water for drinking in the Churachandpur District.
Traditional dance, music and cultural items by various communities where the main highlight of the occasion with the presentation of tradition shawl to Chief Minister.
Minister, MLAs’, Police and Civil officials were also facilitated in the occasion.
Students and representatives of various civil society organisations also took part in the occasion.