Jeet Akoijam

Jeet Akoijam

Jeet Akoijam, Resident Editor of Imphal Times hails from Singjamei Liwa Road. Has been with Imphal Times since its start. An International level Rugby player and  a regular Trekker and Nature Lover, loves spending time in lap of Mother Nature. Jeet is the father of two lovely kids. Jeet can be contacted at [email protected]

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Imphal, Nov. 18:

A labourer of the Railway project survives miraculously after unknown miscreants shot him at their worksite located near Awang Khunou in Imphal West district. The incident happened at around 5.30 pm yesterday evening when the said labourer identified as Abdul Malik (25 yrs), son of Muhammad Ali of Kalapakani Khanda of Dubri District in Assam hit at his right upper chest and penetrated at his back side. Report said that he was shot while he went for buying water bottle.

He was immediately rushed to RIMS, where he was treated and survived miraculously. A case has been registered in connection with the incident at Patsoi Police station.

It may be mention that two persons sustained minor injury at a bomb blast near the gate of RIMS here in Imphal under Lamphel Police station at around 9.30 pm of November 16. Police said the Bomb as an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). Reason behind the blast is not known as of now, but source said that police are investigating over the matter and a person has been picked up for interrogation.

Top police officials rushed the site soon after the blast and inspected the site. A top official term the blast as an act of cowards and said that their main target is the innocent civilian.

Chief Minister N. Biren Singh also condemns such act and said that his government will not spare any persons involved in the terror act.

DIPR
Imphal, Nov 5:

Textiles, Commerce and Industry Minister Thongam Biswajit Singh today met representatives of the All Manipur Entrepreneurs Association and heard their grievances.
During the meeting at the Conference Hall of the Minister’s Secretariat office, AMEA representatives highlighted certain issues arising due to the present COVID 19 pandemic. The issues discussed included waiving off of power bills and rent in respect of work-sheds/ factory for some months inside the industrial estates. AMEA also urged Biswajit who also holds the Power portfolio to install dedicated power lines for the industrial estates in the State.
Biswajit assured to look into the issue and do all the needful to help the local entrepreneurs. He further said that he will convene a meeting with the business community at the earliest to discuss ways to ensure that local products are made available in the State’s marketplaces.
Further assuring all possible assistance and help from the government in their endeavours, the Minister also said that the State’s entrepreneurs should put efforts to establish a common platform and showcase their products to the outside world.

IT News

Imphal, Nov. 4:

Following assurance by the Chief Minister of Manipur N. Biren Singh to the member of the All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) and its federating units today morning in connection with the demand for timely conduct of the ADC election, the apex student body has defer the statewide bandh and banned on the construction of National project.

The team of the ATSUM and its Federating unit meet the Chief Minister and his cabinet colleagues and representatives of Department of tribal Affairs & Hill at 11 am today at the Chief Minister secretariat and discussed about the demand for timely conduct of the ADC election.

As per source , the Chief Minister had assured the tribal apex students’ body to hold the ADC election on time and further assured that no further extension will be given to the ADC and this will be considered immediately in the next cabinet meeting after by-election.

Chief Minister N. Biren Singh had also posted about the agreement between the government and the ATSUM at social media.  

IT News
Imphal,Nov.3:

BJP is a party that endeavours to promote understanding and peace to usher in good governance as the public cannot be ruled by coercion. The hallmark of a true leader is to make sincere efforts to bring understanding. If conflicts and disputes are to be left unaddressed then the necessity for a leader does not arise. Manipur has managed to move forward ever since BJP came to power in the state. Chief Minister Biren made these remarks during the Political Conference held at Lilong today as part of the Election Campaign of Independent candidate Md.Abdul Nasir who is contesting the upcoming bye election which is scheduled for the 7th of this month from Lilong AC.
Reiterating the declaration that there are many deserving candidates in the BJP led government, the Chief Minister states that there were attempts to lure these persons into the wrong path but the voice of the people have managed to prevent them, appealing the public to stop supporting those who present themselves as people’s representatives in elaborate attire while scheming to kill and murder on the sly. Putting forward his suggestion to stop using the term Minority as we are of the same lineage, Biren also urged those present to work together in earnest so that there is no one living in poverty, starvation or out of work, and to be self sufficient and able to afford for the basic necessities of life which is also the objective of the present BJP-led Government in the state.
Politics is dynamic and changes with time, and even with BJP in power in the state, the decision of Nasir to contest as an independent candidate with the support of BJP will be ridiculed by those who does not understand the reasons behind the decision, but for those who know the reason, the decision is widely appreciated. Revealing the reason behind the decision, Biren said that the step is taken to show the public that politicians are for the welfare of the public and that there is no room for inappropriate action or behaviour from them.

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