Md Mahin Laskar

Md Mahin Laskar

Md Mahin Laskar

Md Mahin Laskar is working as the Jiribam Correspondent of Imphal Times. Mahin Laskar is a resident of Babupara Ward No.6, Jiribam. He has experience of working as Staff Reporter of Manipur Chronicle and Chief Editor of Jiri News Network for 3 years.
He can be contacted at [email protected]

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, July 21 :

The SDC office of Borobekra Sub-Division under Jiribam District which was set up in 1983 to facilitate revenue related works in Borobekra Sub-Division but ceased functioning since a decades, has resumed operation from today. 
The reopening function of the SDC office was attended by Deputy Commissioner, Jiribam W. Malemnganba Chenglei, ADC Jiribam Jemson Hangsing along with other officials and local Pradhan, public leaders.
Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Jiribam W. Malemnganba Chenglei (IAS) expressed that the Borobekra Sub-Division is around 24km from District headquarter, since a long time the Sub Divisional officer was not appointed but recently under the initiative of Chief Minister’s Sub Divisional development plan the SDC office of Borobekra was reopened. He added that the reopening of the SDC office will help accelerate development in the area.
Thereafter, the Pradhan of Borobekra Gram Panchayat Laljading Hmar expressed that reopening of SDC office will ease the hardships of people of Borobekra Sub-Division for going to and fro to district headquarter for official works.
The SDC Borobekra Sub-Division Moirangthem Devananda Singh (MCS) said that under the initiative of Chief Minister Sub Divisional development monitoring mission, the SDC office of Borobekra Sub-Division reopened. He assured he will make his best efforts for various developmental works in the areas.
He further urged the people for extending support to the new government’s endeavour to execute works for the development of the areas.

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, July 13:

VDF Guardian Association Jiribam staged a sit-in-protest demanding appropriate pay for VDF personnel in front of Congress Bhavan, Babupara, Jiribam today.
Speaking to media persons at the sit-in, the president of All Jiribam VDF Guardian Association S. Sushila Devi said that the VDF personnel has been engaged in the maintenance of law and order in different districts of Manipur.
The duties performed by the personnel (VDF) are similar to the duty performed by State Police. However, the honorarium of Rs 8000 per month for VDF personnel is meagre which could not meet the necessary needs of their families. As most of the daily commodities prices touch the sky height at present.
“Meeting days end and supporting families with such meagre amount is not practical,” she said.
She appealed to the Chief Minister of Manipur to increase the pay of VDF personnel according to the present situation.
The protesters hold placards written as- “Revise salary as per present situation, Don’t destroy the right of VDF, Agitation till the demand is achieved, Support the living right of VDF”.

 

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, July 11:

Around  6 houses were gobbled up by the erosion of the left bank of the Jiri River in Jiribam district. Affected residents have started shifting to safer places since Sunday morning as the river is gulping chunks of land every hour.
Sources said the Jiri river had started eroding land at the back side of Jiribam bazaar area on Sunday morning which affected 4 families and rented-2  houses.
After getting the information, the district administration took up prompt action and sifted the affected families and their belongings to safer places. The erosion that we have been witnessing since today morning. Within a short period, 6 houses in rows collapsed into the river. 
It might be recalled here that, a few years back river embankment was erected for the anti-erosion at the Jiri river bank but unfortunately most of the embankment collapsed, and locals expected erosion to take place in the areas.

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, July 09:

The Punjab National Bank (PNB), Jiribam Branch inaugurated the currency chest in Jiribam today.
The inaugural programme was held in presence of Md. Ashab Uddin, MLA Jiribam; W. Birendra Singh; LSDM Jiribam; Ksh. Ravikumar, Superintendent of Police, Jiribam; James Hangsing, ADC, Jiribam as a Chief Guest, Guest of Honour, and Special Guests respectively. 
In the welcome address, W. Birendra Singh mentioned the importance of opening a currency chest and its functions at Jiribam.
Speaking on the occasion, the local MLA of Jiribam Md. Ashab Uddin said that the erstwhile United Bank of India (UBI) had served the people of Jiribam for a long time. He added, that now many other financial institutions have opened which are the well beings of Jiribam. He also appealed to the people for their co-operation in the smooth functioning of the bank.
He said that opening a currency chest in PNB, Jiribam Branch helps the banks to meet the cash reserve ratio requirements to the clients and banks lined across Jiribam.
Ashab Uddin also appealed to the bank authority to open an ATM booth in some of the strategically important locations of Jiribam for easy access to the people of remote areas of Jiribam.

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