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Officials should work in state interest to generate maximum income: Minister K Shyam

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Imphal , June 25,

 CAF & PD, Revenue Minister Karam Shyam highlighted that he wants to support the initiative and steps taken up by   CM of Manipur of opening Anti-Corruption Cell and promoting transparency in governance. He said this during a press conference held today at his Conference hall, Old Secretariat during which SDC Sagolmang, Maibam Suranjoy Singh was posted as Sub-Registrar Imphal West, DC Office with full transparency by lucky draw system(random pick-up) in the presence of Revenue Secretary, Manipur, Shri T Ranjit and Deputy Secretary, Shri Y Rajen and other officials.
Four other contenders for the post were: Bhungba Maibam, Branch Officer ,DC Imphal West; Pangambam Yaitongba Singh, AS & SO,Department of Settlement & Land Reforms, Manipur; Lukram Herojit, SDC, Keirao, Bitra and Yaiphaba Longjam, SDC(Headquarter), DC Imphal East. They were selected on the basis of reports of their performance, work integrity and service ethics submitted by their concerned higher officials.  
Pointing out that the main objective behind today’s press conference is to focus on the significance of minimization in corruption in transfer and postings of Government officials in the State, Minister Karam Shyam said that if the officials work with utmost sincerity, it will help to generate maximum income for the State. He also reminded that he already stated that he is fully set on posting responsible persons compatible with their respective posts during a last meeting held at Lamphel on December 4,2017.
He stated that SDCs should work honestly in State interest and produce effective results.
Minister  Karam Shyam congratulated the newly posted Sub-Registrar Imphal West Maibam Suranjoy on his appointment  and suggested him to work honestly in public interest without corruption and serve for the betterment of  the future generations of Manipur.

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