Imphal, Jan. 21,
Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that the newly launched ‘School Fagat-hansi’ mission would bring visible changes and improvement in the education sector of the State. This was stated by him at the Statehood Day Celebration, 2019 held at 1st Manipur Rifles Parade Ground today.
Speaking as Chief Guest of the function, Chief Minister stated that a new revolution in education sector should start from grassroots so that the State could produce hard working, dedicated, sincere and patriotic citizens in the coming days. A special meeting would be convened soon to make the mission successful, he mentioned.
Chief Minister said that ‘Go to Village’ mission was introduced to provide good governance at the doorsteps of the people living in nook and corner of the State. Mentioning that to execute such mission was a bold step of the government, Chief Minister stated that there was an apprehension that the mission would not be successful.
Chief Minister reiterated that it is the duty of the government to honour those officers whose commitment and dedication have made the ‘Go to Village’ mission successful. Out of around 1700 census villages, around 10 villages are left behind to be covered under the mission. Chief Minister appealed the DCs, SDOs and concerned officers to verify those left out beneficiaries as soon as possible so that the eligible beneficiaries can avail the benefits under various welfare schemes.
During the function, Chief Minister felicitated various officers who had been engaging for the successful of the ‘Go to Village’ mission. The Chief Minister inspected and received salute from 15 march past contingents comprising BSF, Manipur Police, Manipur Fire Service, Traffic Police, Home Guards and VDF.
Deputy Chief Minister, Ministers, MLAs, Chief Secretary, DGP and top civil and police officials attended the function.
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