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CM blames NDA govt. for trying to abolish welfare schemes

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Manipur Pradesh Congress committee organized one day political conference on successful implementation of MGNREGS for one decade at congress Bhawan today.
Chief Minister, O.Ibobi said that during UPA government the NREGS has been first implemented at Andra Pradesh by the than prime minister of India Dr. Manmohan singh and chairperson of UPA Sonia Gandhi on 2nd February of 2006 and in Manipur it was first implemented at Tamenglong district head quarters. Under this scheme till January of this year 5 lakh and 26 thousand job cards were distributed and under this scheme job were provided to the unemployed youths.
He further added that the NDA lead BJP government is trying to withdraw the welfare scheme and project which is implemented by the UPA government including National Rural Heath Mission, RTE, MGNRES, food security. The look east policy become act east policy but the NDA has never taken up any development work for the welfare of the northeast people instead of that they are cutting many development project, special status after coming to power.
The president of the MPCC Gaikhangam said that if the BJP rule the country for 10 year then the country will be in danger.
“BJP led NDA government is Anti people, Anti poor and Anti farmer”, Gaikhangam said.  
The function was attended by ministers, parliamentary secretaries, MPs, MLAs, office bearers of MPCC, PCC member, chairperson of MC and ADC, INC councilors of MC/NP, Zilla Parishad Members, Pradhans AND Panchayat Members, Chief of Frontals as Guest of Honor.

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