Sunday, 08 December 2019 - Imphal Times

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Imphal Dec 8

North East Forum For International Solidarity (NEFIS) along with other local organizations held a meeting against removal of workers of FCI. It should be known that on 5th December more than 80 casual workers were fired without any prior notice. These workers were fired bypassing the labour laws. On 6th December these workers chained themselves to the gate of FCI, protesting the illegal firing. Despite their protest administration is not ready to provide them their job denying them right to livelihood. Various Organisations like Lukram Leirak Youth Club, Chanura Liching Lup- Meira Paibi, Mahila Mandal Sangaiprou Meira Paibi, The Nupi Weaver Welfare Association Tera Lukram Part lll, participated in the meeting held today. Organizations pledged to support the workers struggle and unanimously decided to fight on following issues.

Reinstate all the workers fired from their jobs.

All work shall be halted completely, until all workers fired not are taken in.

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Imphal Dec 8

109 BN CRPF under the aegis of IGP Manipur and Nagaland sector conducted a civic action programme on     08/12/2019 at Senapati . In this programme Water storage tanks were  distributed to the  marginalised section of society. This programme was held with an objective to extend a friendly and helping hand to the residents of Senapati district.       

Ng. David Sha, Pastor PBCS and Mr. N. Benjamin Tao EM, ADC Senapati  graced the occasion as  Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively. Water storage tanks were distributed to the poor and needy   persons of Senapati District in presence of dignitaries of local administration and Village Headman. Commandant Vinod Kumar, Deputy Commandant Kiyam Rajiv Singh, organized the programme in befitting manner with an aim to connect with the people. A cultural program was also organized  on this occasion.

 In his speech, Vinod Kumar, Commandant 109 BN thanked the Chief Guest Ng. David Sha, Pastor PBCS and Mr. N. Benjamin Tao EM, ADC, Senapati  , Guest of Honour  for extending CRPF an opportunity to serve them and urged the local administration to fulfill the needs of the local people.

Vinod kumar, Commandant 109 Bn expressed his happiness in getting this opportunity to help the needy and marginalized sections of the society.  He stated that unit will continue to serve the people of Manipur by carrying such humanitarian activities. He draws the attention of villagers by mentioning that fresh water sources are becoming scarce with the passage of time. He further emphasised that considering the current climatic condition,  preventive measures are required to be taken. Rainwater harvesting is a sustainable process that helps in preserving rainwater for different purposes and for the future needs as well. It is a method of collecting and storing rain water to be used for various purposes.

Vinod Kumar Commandant- 109 Bn , in his Speech said that it is need of the hour and our primary duty is to take care of needy persons of society and there smiles inspire us to do more and more for them. In past,  109 Bn CRPF has constructed a Public convenience/toilet at Karong, Senapati, distributed sports items and student utility items to  Thong Upper Primary School at Senapati , distributed sewing machine on 11th August to widows of Senapati, distributed solar lanterns to villagers of  Senapati and Mao  on 24th & 25th November 2019 and has carried many such  civic action programme  in last couple of  years in Imphal west and Senapati  District. Village president of various villages and distinguished guests present on the occasion praised the concern of the unit Commandant for its virtuous affiliation.

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