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BJP reaffirms stand on corruption

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State unit BJP today reaffirmed to fight every kind of corruptions in the state. In a press conference held today at its office complex at Nityapat Chuthek, President of the state unit BJP said that his party will not remain a silent spectator to the ongoing practice of corruption in the major government office of the state and will not spare any person who is involved in it.
“There is no place for nepotism and favouritism in the BJP and there will be no negotiation if anybody loots the money of the public”, Thounaojam Chaoba said. Cautioning his party member of any corrupt practice the state BJP chief said that the party will monitor the MLAs, Ministers and even the top government official to root out corruption.
He said a complain box will be placed in front of the party office so that any person who wanted to make complain against the activities of the government servant can be put in the form of writing.
On the alleged misappropriation of fund for cleaning of Loktak lake the state BJP president said that the matter is a serious one.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has never let down any promises made by him and he will definitely act what he had promise”, Chaoba said.
Chaoba was referring to the promise made by Narendra Modi during election campaign for investigation of the issue circling to the cleaning of Loktak Lake k a company called K-Pro private Limited.
He said during the prime minister’s visit in the state for attending the closing function of the Sangai Festival, the State BJP workers met the Prime Minister for a short while and the matter of Loktak cleaning fund misappropriation is the priority matter put up to him.
Regarding the Imphal-Jiribam stretch of road Th. Chaoba said that the party will urge the central government for completion of the road by March this year. Recently a team of state BJP led by Th. Chaoba had inspected the condition of the road. He also slammed the Okram Ibobi Singh led congress government for neglecting the portion of the road for so many years. On the other hand Chaoba also said that his party will urge the government for establishing of a mortuary at Jiribam. “ People of Jiribam were facing hardship in conducting post mortem for unnatural dead as they need to bring it till Imphal,” said Chaoba.

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