Over Rs. 300 crore worths various projects to be inaugurated; to lay foundation stone for over Rs. 1000 crore worth various project
Imphal, Jan 2:
The year 2023, which begins yesterday, seems to a blessing year for the N. Biren Singh led government of Manipur. Union Home Minister Amit Shah is visiting the state to take stock of the conditions of Manipur government under the Chief Minister N. Biren Singh in the first week of the first the first month of 2023.
According to a face book post uploaded by Chief Minister N. Biren, Union Home Minister will inaugurate various completed projects worth over Rs. 300 crore including the 120 feet tall statue of Polo constructed at Marjing complex in Imphal East. He further said that among others, the Union Home Minister will also officially inaugurate the Churachandpur Medical College.
“Besides, the inauguration of the various completed project Union Home Minister Amit Shah will also lay foundation stones for various projects at various part of the state which is estimated over Rs. 1000 crore”, N. Biren Singh told via facebook post while wishing the people of the state a prosperous and peaceful Manipur in the coming days.
On the other hand Chief Minister N. Biren Singh in a function stated that many drug traffickers and poppy planters have been arrested and legal proceeding are being taken for punishing them .
“Data available with the government said that before the government launched the “War Against Drug” there areas over 7,600 acres of land where poppy plantation were taken place. However, with the effort of the state machineries and understanding of the hill people many have stopped poppy plantation and were replaced by alternative crops. Today as per government record, the area of poppy plantation in the state has been reduced to around 1100 acres.
“Villagers and Village authorities that supported the government initiative to fight drugs and illegal poppy plantation will be honoured and awards will be handed over to them by the Union Home Minister during his visit in the state”, N. Biren assured.