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UWTO reacts to the inauguration of half complete project

by Guru Aribam Naocha
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Imphal, Jan 28:

United Women Organisation Tamenglong (UWOT) has strongly reacted to the inauguration of half-complete project.

“We need a fully completed project for the inauguration and not the half-complete Project”, a statement by UWOT said.

“Are projects inauguration before the work completion really benefitting the citizens of Tamenglong. Obviously no, in many cases. The long suffered denizens of Tamenglong deserved nothing less than a fully functional project of a good quality finished work and a fit-for-purpose assets. Lets the public make good use of it”, the statement by the President said.

The statement further said the inauguration of Mini-Secretariat by P. Chidambaram, still is not in usable condition. District Hospital is another example of inauguration before completion, the list goes on.

Public utility facility like the much-needed water supply scheme is due to be inaugurated by the CM of Manipur on January 29, 2021 is still in its initial stage of construction especially at Gadai Range. Similarly, Lower Ground construction is nowhere near completion. There is a cloud of apprehension among the people that history may repeat itself.

Inauguration of many incomplete projects by the politicians may add additional feather to his/her political career but unfortunately, it is the general public who bear career the brunt and are deprived of such facilities within the stipulated time. The public have had enough of this.

“Dear inauguration or would-be inaugurators make sure that the project is completed first and after that whatever any government ceremonial procedure is to be done, kindly do it, otherwise it is not worth doing it. We have full hope that the state government machinery would also went to imprint its legacy in bringing a holistic and sustainable development in the most backward district of Manipur”, the statement said.


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