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, Nov 6:

The Jiribam District Administration award ceremony on the achievement of cent percent 1st Dose COVID 19 vaccination to all eligible persons in Jiribam District was held today at Deputy Commissioner Office, Chingdong Leikai Jiribam.
 To shown exemplary progress towards maintaining 100% COVID 19 vaccination in the district,  the district administration  distributed awards  to Dr. Bembem, Former District Immunization Officer, E. Okendro Singh, Chief Medical Officer along with others  Health Department Officials, local Pradhans, Community based Civil Society Organization and AASHA workers for their contribution and dedication which make able to achieved 100% COVID-19 first dose vaccination in Jiribam District.
The function was attended by Deputy Commissioner Jiribam,W. Malemnganba Chenglei, Addl. Superintendent of police AK. Sadananda and Chief Medical Officer E. Okendro Singh shared the dais as Chief Guest, President and Guest of honour respectively. 

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, Oct 21:

The state of Government  School in the Jiribam District has become so disheartening that teachers and pupils have to sit on the floor mats despite the Manipur government has taken the initiative of School Fagathansi Mission.
The scene comes out from Jirighat High school which is one of the government high schools in Jiribam District. The school has no desks and benches for the students, so the pupils are bound to sit on the plastic mat for attending the classes along with the teacher, which reminds us of the ancient types of Gurukul education system in this modern age.
The piteous condition of the school came to light when the volunteers of the Democratic Students Alliance of Manipur (DESAM) went to inspect the school.
Speaking at the press meet, the president of DESAM, Jiribam District Council L. Bilaks Meetei said the sight of students sitting on the mat for attending classes is very dissatisfying. The headmaster of the school also informed the condition of the school to the Zonal Education Officer (ZEO), Jiribam but none have been provided till today.
He also said DESAM have been demanding the government provide proper infrastructure to all the school. However, the Government despite launching its School Fagathansi mission has failed to fulfill its promises.
He also appealed to the government and concerned authorities to fulfill the needful infrastructure of schools without waiting for the student organisation to expose it.
The press meet was also attended by Organization Secretary, DESAM Th. Santosh Singh and Executive Member H. Shivraj Singh.

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, 16 Oct:

Jiribam District Police have destroyed large quantities of beer and Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) seized during routine checking in the district.
Jiri Police destroyed the seized liquor by disposing at Excise Station Complex, Gularthol, Jiribam on Saturday.
RK. Rakesh, OC in-Charge Excise Station Jiribam said that the seized beers and liquors were destroyed as per an order issued by the  Excise Commissioner, Manipur.
He conveyed that around 2275 litres of Beer and 158 litres of Indian Made Foreign Liquor and 60 litres of  DIC, with a market value of around Rs. 7,82,500 were destroyed.
Jiribam District Additional SP (Operation), Excise and police officers Jiribam and volunteers of CADA Jiribam also took part in destroying the liquor.

IT Correspondent
Jiribam, Oct. 10: 

The shifting of the Jiri river course has wiped out vast areas of Manipur land on the Assam side.
The land of Manipur which was cut off by the Jiri river in the previous flood had been claimed by the people of Assam as their land. The land is once located at Khusoi thuk of Kamranga Muslim Village under Hilghat Gram Panchayat of Jiribam District. More than hundred bigas of Manipur State land were now cut off by Jiri river and deposited on the other side of the river which is adjacent to the Namdailong and Lakhinagar villages of Lakhipur Sub-division, Assam.
Speaking with media persons, the local resident of Kamranga village, Jiribam L. Bilaks Meetei said due to the flood more than 100 bigas of Kamranga Muslim Village land were cut off by Jiri river which is the patta land of Manipur State. Due to such catastrophe, the fate of the said landowner were remain indecisive at present. As the locals of Assam claimed the said cut-off land of Assam state and the people of Kamranga village were restricted to enter the land.
He appealed to the Manipur State governments and concerned authorities for their consideration into the matter and to bring the solution of land dispute, unless such erosion of Jiri river will recede the Manipur Map geographically.

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