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‘Huranbagi Tarani Mapugi nongma’ ; Men cannot escape from the crime committed, no matter how long it takes

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No matter how long it takes those responsible for committing crime against humanity area always punished. If in case those criminal are capable of escaping from the kind of crimes committed by them due to their influences to top functionaries in the government during their life time, the wrongs are reopen even after his or her death. And the generation blame them. Manipur – the Jewel of India, as stated Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, is also a land of scoundrels who loots public money, assassinate the reputation of some good government servants and so on. Thanks to the new Chief Minister N. Biren Singh. His enthusiasm to clean the dirts from the society has now make the people of the state believe that even in lifetime those committed crime against humanity will be not let free. The much talk about, CCTV installation scam in Imphal city has now been completed in just around 2 months and those responsible are likely to face the music. The three member special investigation team constituted by the state government under the Chairmanship of Additional Director general of police Pramod Asthana had done an excellent job. a final report consisting of 272 pages was submitted to the Chief Minister in the presence of some editors of the Manipur based Newspaper. This is the second such action taken by the new government against any corruption scams. Even as the contents of the report is yet to be announced after deliberation by the state government the people of the state do believed that some people who stole public money are sure going to face the music. If the kind of action is taken seriously no people of the state will ever think of hijacking public money while doing works for the people of the state. Another serious matter is the present flood that destroys several paddy fields, fish farms, and domesticated animals besides leaving thousands homeless. Heavy rains are not the fault of human being, but the kind of disaster cause by the flood is certainly man made. Protecting river catchment areas, plantations etc. are some of the measures that can prevent massive destruction by flood. And to be frank 5 years back Rs, 500 lakhs has been spent for preserving the river catchment area and over lakhs of sapling have been reported planted in Manipur by concern government departments. The question is where are the tress panted each years, where is the project taken by for preservation of river catchment areas in the state. Govt. should also take this matter seriously.

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Imphal Times is a daily English newspaper published in Imphal and is registered with Registrar of the Newspapers for India with Regd. No MANENG/2013/51092


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