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, June 12:

The villagers of Islamabad, Jiribam expressed unhappiness over Chief Minister N. Biren Singh's remark on the name of their village Islamabad.
In a press briefing, the General Secretary of Rainbow Club, Islamabad Fakar Uddin stated that the Chief Minister of Manipur N. Biren Singh in his speech said that the renaming of village name willfully without the consent of government is unacceptable. He said such a step of government is very good, as the name of the village will remain in the history of Manipur.
Further,  Fakar Uddin stated that in the same speech of the Chief Minister, it seems to be that the name of Islamabad village was also newly renamed which feels unhappiness to the villagers of Islamabad.
Clarifying their stand, the General Secretary of Rainbow Club, Islamabad said the name and settlement of Islamabad village were started in 1908 when the then Raj Darbar President Raja Dhumba Singh along with some political leaders visited Jiribam and elected a Meitei Pangal namely Abdul Jabbar as a first Moujadar of Jiribam and permitted for naming and settlement of villages of Jiribam along with Islamabad village.
He also appealed to the Chief Minister of Manipur for providing an opportunity for a meeting with the villagers regarding the same.
Today’s press briefing was attended by the President of Rainbow Club, Islamabad Abdul Halim; General Secretary, Rainbow Club Fakar Uddin along with village elders, elected members, Meira Paibi and Club members.

IT News
Jiri, June 11:

People of Jiribam expressed dissatisfaction to the government of Manipur particularly the PWD department over failure to listen to the request for repairing of the roads leading to Jiribam Helipad roads, District Hospital roads, Ningsingkhul roads and Bidyanagar to Harinagar roads. These are main roads of the Jiribam districts and the people of Jiribam has been urging for repairing the road conditions since a very long time back.
As the government turn deaf to the request, the people of Jiribam says that they are left with no option but to launch agitation by blocking the roads from June 20.
Takhellambam Muktakhombi Devi, a leader of Meira Paibi (Women Torch bearer) of Harinagar, while talking to media persons said that if the government fails to repair the condition of the Jiribam Helipad road at the earliest possible time, the people will close the road.
President of Harinagar Mangal Club, Chinglemba Khuman said that Harinagar raod is an important road of the district that connects Helipad, District Hospital and Ningsing Khun. As the condition of the road deteriorated people of the area has been urging the government authority for repairing of the road for a very long time, however, there are no responses from the government till today. During rainy seasons commoters along this road including students have to suffer a lot.
If the government fails to response to the demand of the people by June 20 then various agitation including blocking of the road will begin, warn Chenglemba.

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, June 8:

As a part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the banks of Jiribam District led by Punjab National Bank, Jiribam branch and Manipur State Co-operative Bank (MSCB), Bandhan Bank, Jiribam Branch, State Bank of India, Jiribam branch in collaboration with Manipur State Rural Livelihood Mission (MSRLM) organised a Customer Outreach Program today at Sorok Atingbi Khunou community hall under Hilghat Gram Panchayat of Jiribam District today.
During the program, the bank's authorities and customers shared their experience with bank credit facilities and enrolment in various government schemes.
As a resource person for the customer awareness program, Ayekpam Thoiba, Branch Manager MSCB Jiribam, Mangcha Haokip, Branch Manager PNB Jiribam, Silvia Kangabam, Branch Manager Bandhan bank Jiribam, Thangthianven, Branch Manager SBI Jiribam along with Wahengbam Premchand, BMM at Manipur State Rural Livelihoods Mission talked about various credit facilities provided by the banks to the people of Jiribam District in different sectors. They also assured that the banks of Jiribam branch always work for the welfare and benefits of the public.

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, July 03: 

The Joint Committee of Inner Line Permit (JCILPS), Jiribam branch detained 16 non-locals who were returning from Tamenglong District without valid Inner Line Permits.
Yesterday at around 5 p.m, the JCILPS volunteers stop a passenger cruiser which is coming from Tamenglong District with non-local passengers. While checking their ILP pass, it was found all the ILP pass were expired/invalid permit.
Talking with media person, the President of Jiri Development Organisation (JDO) N. Sadananda Meitei said the non-local workers entered through Jiribam District with ILP pass, whereas after entering to Manipur their is no proper mechanism to check the pass for renewal.
He added, once the non-local entered to the other districts of Manipur through Jiribam gateway with ILP pass. The agents of non-local or the district administration of other districts of Manipur are not taking steps for renewing the ILP pass in timely.
“Which seems to be that the permit remains only for namesake”, He added.
Sadananda also appealed to the government to take appropriate measures for such loopholes and make the ILP pass effective in Manipur.
Later the non-locals with invalid ILP pass are handed over to police to initiate legal action against them by JCILPS, Jiribam branch.

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