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Jiribam Police Multipurpose hall & District Police Arms Kote inaugurated

by Md Mahin Laskar
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IT Correspondent
Jiribam, Jan.10:

The Jiribam District police inaugurated newly constructed multipurpose hall & District Arms Kote at Jiribam police station under the Manipur Police Department at the sanctioned cost of around 30 lakhs today.
Inspector General of Police, Zone II Manipur Clay Khongsai, IPS inaugurated Multipurpose hall & District Arms Kote in presence of S.P Jiribam Moirangthem Mubi Singh, Addl. S.P (Ops), Jiribam Akhoijam Sadananda Singh, Addl. S.P (LO), Jiribam Heisnam Basulal Singh, SDPO Jiribam Th. Sanatomba Singh and Officer in Charge (OC), Jiribam Laishram Khogen Singh.
Clay Khongsai, IGP Zone-II, Manipur said police Department faces tremendous challenges in Manipur in different time and situation but due to efforts of its personnels it bounced back in its duties.
He added, the role of S.P Jiribam and Deputy Commissioner of the District is commendable.
During the COVID-19 pandemic they work fearlessly day and night to send the people brought by the trains from different States to their respective district.
Clay Khongsai also lauded all who have been supporting police department in time and needs.
Superintendent of police, Jiribam District Mubi Moirangthem in his speech said there are lack of infrastructure for police department in Jiribam District. However, IGP, Zone-II extended full co-operation for the development of Jiribam District Police, Mubi said.
He added the construction work of multipurpose hall & District Police Arms Kote was accomplished with the physical contribution of VDF personnels of Jiribam without any external manpower from outside.
During the inaugural programme selected VDF personnels were presented gifts for their dedication and efforts to accomplish the work.
The inaugural function was attended by Deputy Commissioner of Jiribam District W.Malemnganba Chenglei, Col. Sakhawat Singh, 37 Assam Rifles, A. Biren Singh, Ex- Minister, Government of Manipur; N. Budhachandra Singh, Social Worker along with many other dignitaries.

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