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NPP leader claims basic facilities missing at Haokha

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Imphal, May 27: A team led by organization secretary of NPP Laishram Thanil Meitei visited Haokha village in Wangkhem Assembly constituency yesterday and took stock of the grievances and shortages there. Thanil, who contested the last Assembly elections from the constituency, was accompanied by local leaders, government officials and many civilians from the locality.
The team members included the SO of IFCD division 3 Muhindro Singh and president of NPP Wangkhem unit Mutum Shyamo and they made physical verification of the condition of the rivers banks of Thoubal river along the village, schools and water and power supplies.
Giving his assessment after the tour Thanil claimed that they found the Haokha Upper Primary School in a very bad shape. An intimation will be sent to the education minister at the earliest for taking up repair of the school promptly, he stated.
An appointment with the concerned minister will be sought to apprise him of the damages to the river bank in the eastern side of the village and necessary steps will be sought for its restoration, he stated.
He claimed being overwhelmed with shock after discovering that there was no proper supply of drinking water in the village. He said the power supply was not satisfactory and electric cables have not been laid in parts of Haokha Mamang Leikai. In some areas where power has reached the voltage was very low, he added.
Many villagers also raised the issue of NFS items not reaching them on a regular basis during the interactions during the tour, Thanil said adding that the former had urgently drawn the attention of the state government on this particular predicament they are facing.
He asserted that he had conveyed them that he will personally approached the authorities concerned and try his level best to ensure that they regularly receive their shares of NFS items.   

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