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Rabi Takhellambam

Rabi Takhellambam

Rabi Takhellambam, a resident of Kairembikhok Mayai Leikai, ThoubaI District has been in the field of Journalism for more than 10 years. Rabi, is well known for his reporting from Thoubal side and Indo-Myanmar border. Rabi is also a member of All Manipur Working Journalist Union, the parent body of Journalist Union in Manipur. He can be contacted by email at [email protected]

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More people donates to CM’s COVID-19 Relief Fund

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Imphal, March 30

Donations to the Chief Minister’s COVID-19 Relief Fund are coming from different sections of the society. Several individuals and organisations have contributed a sum of Rs. 10,26,500 to the fund today as well.
Chairman and Members of ADC Senapati contributed Rs. 2,84,500, Imphal West Zilla Parishad donated Rs. 2,50,000, Bishnupur District Panchayat Forum contributed Rs. 1,92,000 and Associated Manipur Chamber of Commerce Charitable Trust, Designated Partner Prakara Infra LLP and Om Prakash Sekhawat of Thangal Bazaar donated Rs. 1 lakh each.
Chief Minister N. Biren Singh thanked all those individuals and organizations, who have generously donated to the Chief Minister’s COVID-19 Relief Fund till now. He also expressed hope that more organisations and people would come forward to extend help in fighting COVID-19.

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Distribute essential commodities for differently abled and the needy; Stop playing politics in this critical juncture - Jadumani

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Thoubal, March 29

Ex BJP Manipur Pradesh Vice-President Thokchom Jadumain and Yumnam Kumarjit Singh, President of BJP Thoubal District visited different localities in Khangabok Assembly constituency and extended help to those in needs mainly to the differently abled and the needy.

Jadumani said, the government had announced free rice for all the people but the NFSA agents are confusing the public whether the distributed rice is from the very pockets of the local MLA or from the Government. He urged the NFSA agents not to play politics at this critical time.

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Guardians express unhappy over the unhygienic condition of quarantined center; express fear of getting infected

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Thoubal, March 26

Even as the District Administration, Hospital and District health Society of Thoubal are taking urgent and strict precautions to combat the spread of COVID-19, guardians of person lodged at quarantined center fear of getting more infection due to the unhygienic maintenance of the center.
As part of the precaution programmes, a quarantine centre has been set up at the District Hospital Complex. Till today 12 people have been kept at the centre, returning from outside India and other parts of the country to Manipur.
Of this 2 suspected persons are being tested for Covid-19. With the present conditions at the quarantine facility, people staying in the centre and their guardians are expressing concerns of infection from other diseases and fear of cross-contamination.
“l understand the importance of quarantining and came voluntarily here with good faith in the actions of the government, not because i was unwell. But the centre is not meeting the set conditions of quarantining. There is no good drinking water. The meals given at breakfast, lunch and dinner aren’t proper. The room windows are broken, no options for putting mosquito nets. The toilets aren’t clean.
There are no doctors or nurses to check up on us”, said person in quarantine at the facility.
A guardian said,”We thought quarantining our offspring here, would be more secure and safe. There are no doctors or nurses to do a timely check-up on them. The foods are kept on the ground, in front of their room, not separately and proportionately given to them. Rather than safeguarding them, we are scared that this precautionary step might infect them. It is quite depressing with the present treatment of them at this facility. We want the authorities to immediately look into and take urgent actions”.

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Police officer suspended  

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Thoubal, March 26

A Police officer (Asst. Sub –Inspector) of Thoubal Police Station, identified as W. Suresh Singh has been suspended for committing gross misconduct to the pubic who were reportedly on their way on essential service at Yairipok Lamkhai today.
The police officer allegedly assaulted the public without asking where the person was going to.

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