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The Manipur merger agreement & The Manipur state constitution act, 1947.

Whether the Maharaja of Manipur could enter Into the Manipur merger Agreement- whether lawful or not- By- Khaidem Mani Singh, Advocate

Before the merger of Manipur into the Dominion of India with effect from 15-10-1949 under the Manipur Merger Agreement there was the demand for the establishment of a responsible Government in the State of Manipur. So a Constitution making body was set up .On the fourth meeting of the said Constitution making body i.e. on 29.3.1947 two Sub-committees were formed; they are (1) the Constitution drafting Sub-Committee and (2) the Hill local Self-Government Regulation Sub-Committee. The said Constitution drafting Sub-Committee was headed by late L.M. Ibungohal Singh, BA., BL. as Chairman and Sarvashri A. Ibotombi Singh, B.A., H. Dwijamani Sharma, MA., S. Krishnamohon Singh, MA., B.L., A. Daiho, B.A. and Thangkhopao Kipgen were its members. The other Sub-Committee, namely, the Hill Local Self-Government Regulation Sub-Committee was headed by Mr. F.F. Pearson as the Chairman.

These two sub-committees drafted the Manipur State Constitution and the Hill local Self-Government Regulation and they were finally passed by the Constitution making body. Thereafter the Maharaja of Manipur enacted the Manipur Constitution Act, 1947, as the Supreme Law for the governance of the State of Manipur. This Act extended to the whole of the Manipur State inclusive of Hill Areas having that it shall not apply in any matter where a specific reservation of powers is made to any Authority in the Hills under the provisions of the Manipur State Hill (Administration) Regulation, 1947. After the Manipur Constitution Act, 1947 come into operation since 1st July, 1947 for the first time the Interim Council was installed on the 14th August, 1947 with Shri Maharaj Kumar Priyobrata Singh as the first Chief Minister and six other Ministers. After the Manipur Constitution Act, 1947 came into operation, and rules for election framed and constituencies determined election on adult franchise, the first of its kind in India was done and the First Manipur Assembly assembled for the fresh sitting.

The administration of the State was to be carried on by and in the name of the Maharaja. Under section 3 of the said Manipur Constitution Act, 1947, “All rights, authority and jurisdiction which appertain or are incidental to the Government of such territories are exercisable by the Maharaja subject to the provision of this Act”.

Section 8 of the said Constitution act deals with the Maharaja’s Prerogatives. It says as follows:- (a) All family matters which are the Maharaja’s sole concern as head of the Ruling family, all matters which are his sole concern as the Defender of faith and all matters connected with Titles, Honours and Palace Ceremonials shall be deemed to fall within the Maharaja’s personal prerogative and in such matters the Maharaja shall exercise full discretion subject to the provisions of the Constitution and the laws of the State.

The Maharaja’s prerogative shall not, however, be taken to comprise any matter where in the legitimate interest of the State Administration or a Civil Right sustainable in a Court of law is involved. It will be within the prerogative of the Maharaja to remit punishment and pardon offenders subject to the provisions of the Manipur State Courts Act provided that this prerogative shall not prejudice the right of any individual to compensation.

(b) It shall be the prerogative of the Maharaja and the Maharani that neither may be made answerable at Law or subject to any legal proceeding in the State Courts. Their persons and property shall be inviolable.

(c) Notwithstanding section 8 (b) above, it shall he lawful for the State Council in consultation with the Chief Court to draw up a statement of charges against the Maharaja or the Maharani has been guilty of Murder or any other Heinous Offence or of any extreme political Crime against the provisions of the Constitution.

(d) On a statement of charges being drawn up under (c) above, the Council shall present it before the Maharaja or the Maharani and require satisfaction. Should satisfaction be not forthcoming, the Council may refer the matter to such authority as may be determined hereafter.

Chapter-III of the said Constitution Act deals with the Executive. It relates sections 10,11,12,13,14,15, and 16. Subject to the provisions of this Act and subject also to the provisions of the Rules for the Administration of the Manipur State the Executive Authority of the State was delegated to and vested in the Council of Ministers. The number of the Council of Ministers according to the said Act is seven consisting of the Chief Minister and six other Ministers. The six Ministers on the Council were elected by the State Assembly and out of which two Ministers were representatives of the Hill people of the State. The Chief Minister was appointed by the Maharaja in consultation with the elected Ministers of the Council. The Council of Ministers and the Ministers individually had to exercise powers and functions as were assigned to them by or under this Act or by or under the Rules for the Administration of the State.

Section 17 to 25 under the Chapter-IV oft he said Constitution Act deals with the State Assembly. The State Assembly was constituted for a term of three years and comprises Representatives freely elected by the people on an adult franchise and on the principle of joint Electorate. The State Assembly could debate all matters concerning the Government and wellbeing of the State which, in the opinion of five members of the Assembly, it is in the public interest to debate. It could also render advice to the council of Ministers with the concurrence of the majority of the members. The State Assembly, subject to the provisions of this Act may make rule for regulating its proceedings and the conduct of business.

Under Section 57 of the said Constitution Act, where in any case circumstances arise which prevent the proper operation in law or in spirit of this constitution Act, the Council (i.e. the Council of Minister) may at their discretion refer the matter for decision to such authority outside the State as may be decided hereafter and the decision of that authority shall be binding.”

In the light of the above provisions of the Constitution Act, I would like to show that the Maharaja of Manipur ceased to be absolute Monarch and became only a Constitutional head of Manipur State after the enactment of the Constitution Act, 1947. It is submitted that the Maharaja of Manipur without the concurrence of the State Assembly and without the consent of the State Council of Ministers in which the executive authority of the State was delegated and vested under the Act, could not enter the Merger Agreement for Manipur to merge into the dominion of India.

Further I would like to add the following points:-

The Merger Agreement policy of the then Govt. of India was a wrong notion particularly in the context of Manipur’s Merger into the Dominion of India in the year 1949. The Merger Agreement was signed by the Maharaja under duress, which was not ratified by the Maharaja in Council nor by State Legislative Assembly. The Maharaja was requested by the Shri Prakasha, the Governor of Assam to come to Shillong in September, 1949 for some discussion on administrative affairs as he was unable to come to Imphal. The matter to be discussed was for clarification of pending cases and for exchange of view on administrative problems of the State. The Maharaja left Imphal for Shillong on the 15th September, 1949 (some says that it was 16th Sep. 1949). It was, however a surprise that the Maharaja’s visit to Shillong was only to find that he was place in communicator at Red lands guarded by the heavy security personnel of the Assam Regiment on the pretext of providing security to the Maharaja who was treated as VIP. It may be recalled that, the Maharaja of Manipur had also carried his own security personnel of about a section of Manipur State Forces. No one could leave or enter Red lands at Shillong. He was to remain so until he signed the Merger Agreement. His pleadings that being a Constitutional head, he had no power to sign was not heard. It may also be recalled that in his inaugural speech of the First Manipur State Assembly on 18th October, 1948 the Maharaja Bodhachandra remind the people of Manipur by saying that “I now bring to the mind of the people that I had transferred my powers and responsibilities other than those of a Constitutional Ruler to the State Council since 1st July 1947 before the lapse of British Paramountcy and since then, I have already remained as a Constitutional Ruler.

           The so called Merger Agreement between the Dominion of India and the Manipur State was done under pressure and absolutely undemocratic, inequitable and as such it can be said that the so-called Merger Agreement is null and void and nonest one as the following grounds interalia, that there was no plebiscite of the then people of Manipur on the issue of merger, the Merger Agreement itself violated the Manipur State Constitution Act, 1947, it was done without the express consent of the State Council of Ministers and the Maharaja had no authority or power the agreement without in accordance with the provisions of the State Constitution Act. Moreover the entire Manipur Constitution Act, 1947 could be amended following the due procedure for constitutional amendment. It was also never done. Lastly, the Manipur State Constitution Act, 1947 was never repealed.

From the above facts and points I will like to conclude that the Maharaja of Manipur could not enter any agreement with India like Manipur merger Agreement without the concurrence of the State Assembly.


Manipur should be accorded full Autonomy as the case of Jammu & Kashmir by amending Article 370 of in the Constitution of India.


***** The write up re-produced here is an exerpt from the book called Annexation of Manipur with permission from the pushing authority.


I am waiting for justice; I don’t know why they are silence on my issue – Sanjita; The weight lifter receives threat intimidation of losing her job

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Imphal, June 19,

2 times Gold Medallists of the Common Wealth Games, Khumukcham Sanjita Chanu, who has been provisionally suspended by the Weight Lifting Federation India, after IWF report said that she was found using steroid in November 2017 , is waiting for justice as she strongly refutes any use of medicines during her career.
While struggling for justice she received threat intimidation from among the Federation members about losing her job as well as refunding of all the money that the railway board had spent on her.
Talking to Imphal Times 24 years old two times Champion of the Common Wealth Games, said that justice is still not delivered to her and no one is supporting to her cause as of now.

“Since the day I was suspended for alleged use of steroid I have been begging the Indian Weight Lifting Federation as well as the Manipur State Weight Lifting Association to conduct enquiry to find out the truth on weather I used steroid or not, but it is 35 days now and nothing has been done”, Sanjita said.
The test result sent to her through Whatsapp on May 24, 2018 showed that her sample No. collected for testing was No. 159 90 00 while the result found positive of using steroid is the sample No. 159 91 76. Sample no. collected from players should be same and as the sample no. sent was different it confused on whether the anti-doping test was conducted to the urine sample collected from her or not. As she found something fishy going on she beg the National federation authority as well as the state authority to conduct an enquiry into the matter but nothing has been done. She has been provisionally suspended as of now since May 15, 2018 and she cannot concentrate to her practice in such a situation.
On the other hand a Physiotherapist of the Indian Weight Lifting Federation identified as one Arkrant Saxena in a whatsapp conversation told Sanjita to delete the letter sent to her by the International Weight Lifting Federation which showed two different samples No. at which the doping test was conducted. He even wrote her not to disclose any of the documents regarding her doping test.
This matter has been discussed earlier too but justice has not been delivered. Instead she has been receiving threat intimidation indirectly some of them saying that she might lose her job and have to refund the money the Railway spent on her.
Khumukcham Sanjita is working at NF Railway is now posted at Dimapur. 

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High Level Committee formed by MPCC assures to look into the present crisis of Manipur University

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Imphal, June 19,

A High level committee formed by the MPCC chaired by the former deputy Chief Minister of Manipur Gaikhangam has assured to look into the ongoing impasse at Manipur University which cripple the functioning of the academic atmosphere at Manipur University .

the Chairman of the Committee today convened a press conference at Congress Bhavan and brief the media persons on the present development and the findings of the Committee.

The committee is looking into the allegations levelled by the MUTA and the MUSU on the irregularities committed by the VC and said that there are prima facie evidences. 

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Auto Rickshaw body warns four wheelers from entering Indo Myanmar Border gate No. 2.

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Moreh, June 19,

All Moreh Auto Owners and Drivers Welfare association has imposed ban to the entry of 4 wheeler vehicles coming from  Imphal  at Moreh as well as to all the Passenger vehicle who are running  Imphal-Moreh Up down not to inter the Indo-Myanmar Gate No. 2 road from 6 am to 4 pm and also to park their vehicles at their allotted parking places or private parking places. “If any 4 wheelers vehicle  didn’t obey the rule than a strict action will be taken up by the association and the responsibility of the consequences  should be in their risk” ,  J. Khongsai  president of the All Moreh Auto Owners and Drivers Welfare association said to media persons.
Today at around 9 am morning a team led by the J. Khongsai  inspected the Parking places  of Auto Rickshaw  at Moreh Bazar road  and  Indo- Myanmar Friendship Gate No. 2 road.
Volunteers from the association helps Traffic police in controlling the traffic at Moreh  Town , .
As from past 2 years the association along with the police doesn’t allow the four wheeler vehicle to inter indo- Myanmar Friendship Gate No. 2 road from 6 AM morning till 4 pm evening , but by disobeying the rule lots of 4 wheelers  entered the road and made frequent traffic jam , Khongsai said.

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Dr Binota invited to 3rd BRICS Young Scientist Conclave at South Africa 

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Imphal, June 19,

Dr. Binota Thokchom has been invited to deliver a talk to the 3rd BRICS Young Scientist Conclave to be held at Durban, South Africa - 2018. The 3rd BRICS Young Scientist Conclave to be held from Jun 25-29, 2018 in Durban, South Africa under the theme “Building BRICS Youth Leadership through Science, Technology and Innovation” will highlight the strategic importance of science, technology and innovation as key drivers of youth entrepreneurship and leadership. At this conclave, young bright scientists, engineers, technologists, innovators, science journalists, educators-science, literacy and popularizing professional, specialists on translational aspects of research and technology integration in society-market, researchers up to the age of 35 years in the areas of Water, Energy and ICT for societal use are being invited from all the BRICS countries. It will provide a high-level platform of academic and policy exchange for talented young scientists as well as scientific personnel from BRICS countries to help them grow their skills, broaden their horizon and improve academic and policy qualifications, stimulate the interest of talented young scientists in the strategic research of future technologies, direct their attention to the most promising and important field of science and technology, promote exchanges and friendship, expand channels of cooperation, strengthen inter-disciplinary integration, encourage new academic inspirations, cultivate new academic disciplines and produce valuable policy advice. Amongst the very few scientists invited from India, includes Dr. Binota Thokchom, originally from Manipur. At the BRICS conclave, she will be giving a talk on “Advanced technology development for water treatment”.
Born to Thokchom Sanatomba Singh and Thokchom (O) Samom Bimola Devi of Kwakeithel Thokchom Leikai, Imphal, she got married to Rohit Sapam, and has a son, Korou Sapam. Dr. Binota Thokchom was conferred PhD Degree in Environmental Engineering by Korea University, Seoul, South Korea. She has recently joined as Inspire Faculty at Centre of Nanotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. She was an Institute Post Doctoral Fellow at Department of Chemical Engineering of the same Institute. She also worked at Analytical Instrumentation Division, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute. Her research interests include water treatment using AOPs, nanomaterial synthesis, electrode synthesis, environment monitoring and assessment etc.
It is indeed an immense honour and a moment of pride for the whole state of Manipur and for India to have produced and nurtured such a remarkable yet noble daughter who has achieved so much in her young age and also to get the opportunity to attend the 3rd BRICS Young Scientist Conclave at Durban, South Africa. We all wish her the very best and she is, indeed, one of the few ‘Women in Science” in India, who will always be an aspiration; and hope that her knowledge will continue to enlighten and encourage the younger generation to take an interest in the Sciences to shape a better tomorrow.

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Favouring digital govt. : still a Virtual dreamt

The government of India has come up with National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) taking a holistic view of e-Governance initiative across the country integrating them into a collective vision and shared goal with the ultimate objective of bringing public services closer and in a more convenient manner to the public. E-Governance in India has evolved over a period of time and various state governments and ministries of central government are at different stages of implementation. What began as computerization of government department subsequently led to streamlining of processes through computer networking. Of late the Government Process Re-engineering and Change Management have acquired Citizen Centricity and Service orientation. The previous e-Governance initiatives played a very important role in shaping the e-Governance strategy of India. E-Governance helps in enhancing governmental relationships and facilitates fair and efficient delivery of service but it has to be based on open and democratizing principles. In the Indian context e-governance is being introduced to improve delivery systems and reduce bureaucratization. It has been effectively employed in service delivery apparatus in certain domains yet its contribution in many areas of public systems management is not significant and calls for a more interventionist approach. People are still not accepting it. Apart from the technical difficulties and the intricacies involved in implementing such mammoth venture, it needs to be mentioned that a more intensive and holistic effort needs to be made. The present situation in the state regarding the implementation of the novel initiative is far from satisfactory, and the public is still in the dark about the utilities and services it aims to provide them. Dissemination of information on the workings and functions of such initiatives to the general public is of paramount importance. A lackadaisical and non-committal attitude adopted by those responsible for the implementation and maintenance that has crept in almost every public initiative is arguably the most prominent roadblock in ensuring the success of such ventures. Initiatives and policies can deliver results only when backed by sincere efforts and proper involvement of implementing agencies. Further, creating a conducive culture through attitudinal reorientation is also required or else the initiatives are not properly accepted as is the case in many states in India. Nevertheless, it is interesting to note that comparatively backward states like Jharkhand are also effectively using e-governance initiatives to improve delivery systems in certain domains. It is keeping in view these aspects of e-governance that the Government of India has taken up the challenge of implementing e-governance in the most backward of the states. Yet the success or otherwise of such efforts will largely depend on the human factor. Technology, in whatever form or manner, needs human intervention and monitoring. The Government should make earnest efforts to ensure that the people assigned to such vitally important public initiatives be made responsible for the outcome, along with the authority to implement them. Till then, such efforts to virtualise governance will remain a virtual dream.

Flood situation improving in some parts in the state; 51,689 flood victims evacuated as relief and rescue work continues

Imphal, June 19,

The flood situation in some parts of the State is improving although some areas are still inundated under flood water. The Government of Manipur is using all its machineries towards extending maximum help to the flood victims and is keeping a strict vigil to control the situation both in the hills and the valley. The Government on June 13, 2018 announced holiday on account of the sudden flood in the State which has affected large number of people both living in the valley and the hills.
As per the Directorate of Relief and Disaster Management, all together 51,689 victims from different flood affected areas were evacuated till 4pm this evening i.e., 18th June, 2018. Altogether 174 relief camps with 59,170 inmates taking shelter were opened providing assistance and distributing relief materials including essential commodities like rice, dal, edible oil, candle, mosquito coil, match boxes among others. Central and State forces were deployed for immediate assistance of the victims.
The total number of locality/community/village affected by the flood is recorded at 304, while 23,456 houses were damaged. The flood claimed 7 lives and one person is still reported to be missing. The flood has also claimed lives of 400 animals and damaged 3,947 hectares of agricultural land.
Following the incessant rainfall in the past few days, several parts of the valley and hill districts of Manipur viz; Imphal West, Imphal East, Thoubal, Bishnupur, Kakching, Kamjong, Jiribam, Churachandpur, Pherzawl and Kangpokpi were affected. During the current monsoon season, 1,80,102 population (one lakh eighty thousand one hundred and two) were affected in the above 10 (ten) districts of the State.
As per the information available from the Deputy Commissioners concerned, the total population affected in Imphal West was 67,000, Imphal East - 1 lakh, Thoubal - 32,890, Bishnupur - 20,000, Kakching - 700, Jiribam - 1800, Pherzawl - 500 and Kangpokpi - 5,000.  
Houses damaged recorded in Imphal West were 13,000, Imphal East - 1,500, Thoubal - 5,980, Bishnupur - 2,042, Kakching - 160, Jiribam - 382, Pherzawl - 44, Churachandpur- 334 and Kangpokpi - 14.  
The number of persons evacuated in Imphal West are 506, Imphal East - 20,000, Thoubal - 29,900, Jiribam - 1500, Pherzawl - 220 and Kangpokpi - 14. The number of relief camps opened in  Imphal West - 52, Imphal East - 79, Thoubal - 24, Bishnupur - 10, Kakching - 1, Jiribam - 6, and Kangpokpi - 2.  
Inmates in the relief camps were recorded as in Imphal West - 6,800; Imphal East - 51,000; Bishnupur - 800; Kakching - 150; Jiribam - 628 and Kangpokpi - 56.
The total crops area affected (in hectres) includes, Imphal East 3,500; Thoubal 113, Kakching 195; Jiribam 114 and Pherzawl 120. Due to the flood, infrastructure damage of 2 wooden bridges, 9 RCC bridge (4 partial damage), 2 RCC culvert, 110 kms road and 4 market sheds were also recorded.
In Imphal East district, out of 10 Assembly Constituencies, 9 ACs are severely affected by the recent flood in the district. This covers all 3 (three) Sub-Divisions of Porompat, Sawombung and Keirao Bitra. The flood affected a total of 15,000 households with approximately 1 lakh population. So far, Imphal East District Administration has opened around 79 numbers of relief camps, including 62 flood relief camps and other sheltering camps at safer spots in the district. About 20,000 (twenty thousand) persons were evacuated and 51,000 (fifty-one thousand) persons are sheltering in the relief camps. A total of 1,500 houses were damaged by the flood and about 3,500 acres of crop areas were affected. Besides, inter village roads were also damaged.  
The Imphal East District Administration has distributed relief materials to the affected households like rice, dal, salt, edible oil, mosquito repellants, candles, tarpaulin, among others. So far, 2,000 quintals of rice, 400 bags of dal, 15,000 packets of salt, 15,000 bottles of edible oil, large numbers of mosquito repellants, candles, among others have been distributed to the flood affected families.
In addition to providing relief materials, various medical/health camps have been conducted in close co-ordination with State Health Department with its branches located in the district. Health camps conducted so far include severely affected villages under Heingang, Thongju, Kshetrigao, Keirao, Andro ACs.
In Imphal West district as of today, the flood had severely affected Wangoi and Mayang Imphal Assembly Constituencies especially in Samurou, Yumnam Huidrom, Karam Makha Leikai, Lilong Haoreibi, Uchiwa, Top Siphai, Laphupat Tera, Komlakhong, Phubakchao, Wangoi Makha Leikai, Wangoi Longjam Leikai, Wangoi Waheng Leikai, Bengoon, Hiyangthang Palak and Naren Chaprou. More than 1,500 quintals of rice were distributed to the people affected by the flood. Out of the 52 relief camps opened, 15-20 relief camps are still functional. The flood situation in some parts of Imphal West district has improved including Patsoi and some areas in Takyel Khongban, Lamphel and Tarung.
In Kangpokpi District, 3 relief camps at Kalapahar High School, Songpekjang Community Hall and Uran Chiru Community Hall are providing assistance to 58 inmates in the camps. Wooden Suspension Bridge river between Keithelmanbi of Champhai Sub-Division and Molvom area of Saikul Sub-Division was washed away by the Imphal river. Suspension Bridge of Haimol village of T-Waichong Sub-Division was washed away by Tuilang river. Chalwa Bridge, Khollen Bridge and bridge between Sapormeina of Saitu Gamphajol Sub-Division and villages of Saikul Sub-Division are weakened. Bridge of Loibol Khunnou village under Bungte- Chiru Sub-Division was damaged.
PMGSY road of Loibol Khunnou village under Bungte- Chiru Sub-Division was damaged by landslide. Newly constructed PMGSY road along with number of bridges between Toribari and Haipi village of Kangpokpi Sub-Division were damaged. IVR bridge at Loibol Khunnou village under Kangchup Geljang Sub-Division was damaged.
Defence teams of Army/Indian Navy/Airforce, Paramilitary forces, Engineers of Assam Rifles, teams of SDRF and State Police are also actively taking part in the relief and rescue operation. 24 medical camps are providing immediate medical assistance to the flood affected people in the State

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Raj Bhavan staffs and individuals donated Rs. 81,000/- to relief fund

Imphal, June 19,

  The  Imphal Finance Co- operative Thrift &Credit Society staffs and its Managing Director Director W.Guneshwar Singh and Dean of Central Agriculture University, Professor, Joykumar Laishram together donated Rs. 81,000/- to flood relief fund at Raj Bhavan yesterday. Rupees 61,000/- came from the staff of Imphal Finance Co- operative Thrift &Credit Society, Rs. 10,000/- from the Managing Director and another Rs.10,000/- from the Dean of CAU.  . On the occasion, the Governor Dr. Najma Heptulla expressed her happiness over the donation and appealed to the people at large within or beyond the state to come forward and extent helping hand generously to the flood victims. The Governor stated that the donation may not much as compared to damage caused by the flood, our small gestures shows that we care for the people who are suffering and that we are with them at this moment of disaster and suffering.
The Governor further stated that the state administration including the Chief Minister and his Cabinet are physically involved in rehabilitating the flood victims by setting relief camps, distributing essential commodities like food and medicines. It is worth to mention that the state was badly affected by flood due to heavy rainfall in the past few days causing loss of homesteads, livestock and damaging roads connecting inter districts.
It may be mentioned that the donation came in after the appealed Answering to the  appeal made by the Governor to donate one day’s salary  for flood victims in the state.

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BJP Thoubal Mandal extends help to flood victims

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BJP Thoubal Mandal extended help to flood affected people of Sabantongba Konjil Leikai under Thoubal Assembly constituency. Edible items as well as essential items were distributed to the flood affected victims of the village
BJP member L. Basanta and President of the BJP Thoubal Mandal Kh. Arunkumar led the team and distributed 5 Kg of rice to around 200 families of the area. Other edible items like oil and dal were also distributed.

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ABVP team NE Cell Delhi meet Titular King Sanajaoba

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Imphal, June 19,
A team of ABVP NE Cell Delhi with social activist and former beauty peasant Mayanglambam Diana Devi went to Manipur Bhavan for a reception programme of the  titular  King of Manipur Leishemba Sanajaoba.
The king came for the admission of his son in Delhi University. ABVP Delhi also extends help to all the students who needs help regarding admission processes of DU and other universities in Delhi.

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