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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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Disabled body lauds government; urges to look into matter regarding free LPG

IT News

Imphal, April 8 

Disabled Development Association Manipur (DDAM) and State Platform of Disabled People’s Organisations (SPDPO) have appreciated the government of Manipur Particularly the Chief Minister of Manipur and the Social Welfare Minister for releasing fund to the caregiver of the Disabled persons from the Chief Ministergi Shottharabasinggi tengbang fund at a time when  the disabled people of the state are facing extreme miseries due to the ongoing lockdown inorder to contain the coronavirus.

The DDAM however expressed unhappy to the inaction of the so call social workers as well as MLAs to the problem being face by the disabled people. It said some have no means for survival as they have stopped working due to the lockdown called.

On the other hand, when the disabled people have no place to earn even a single money gas agency are charging money against the assurance to provide free filled LPG cylinder for three months under the Ujjwala Yojana Gas Connection scheme by the government. President of the State Platform of Disabled People’s Organisations (SPDPO) Md. Yunus khan, urged the Chief Minister to look into the matter.

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RPF unhappy with betel leaf traders; appeals them not to ferry during time of crisis

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Imphal, April 6

Proscribed group Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF), which is waging war against the government of India today showed serious concern to some individuals who always think of making profit even during the time of crisis.
A statement by Roben Khuman, Secretary Publicity, RPF, said that at a time when the people of the state are confined to their home to make sure that the chain of the dreaded coronavirus is contained, Manipur government has been doing extraordinary work to make sure that people do not suffer during lockdown period. Health workers, Manipur Police, CSOs, Students bodies etc. have been rendering service to help the government in containing the spread of the COVID-19.
The RPF salute medical staff for bringing back to normalcy to the first COVID-19 affected 23 year old girl and the party expressed full faith to the medical fraternity in curing the second positive patient. The outfit, however, said that when all the people have been working hard to contain the virus and when the state is in need of medicines and equipments (PPEs), masks and other essential daily needs some individuals who only think of making money are transporting betel leaves by hiring Cargo flight.
The RPF taking the matter with extreme seriousness appealed the traders not to repeat such act in the future. The outfit also appealed to the truck drivers who are transporting non-indigenous people from outside the state to immediately stop bringing them to Manipur. Issuing of ILPS has been suspended and that those non-local whom they smuggled may create a catastrophe in the state as they may turn out to be carrier of the virus.
The state also appreciated the government in its effort to protect the state from the dreaded virus when most developed countries are facing extreme difficulties in controlling the disease.
When a country like Spain, Italy USA have risen the number of the positive case, the state of Manipur have reported only two cases at which one had been cured. The RPF thank the government for taking up such precautionary measures.

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Edible items distributed

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Khongjom, April 4

Fatherland Patriots’ Memorial Club, Khongjom today distributed 5 kg of rice, potatoes and dal etc. to around 300 families of Khongjom area in Thoubal district to make sure that those families find relief during their stay at home during the 21 days lockdown underway since March 24 midnight. For Manipur, the lockdown started 2 days ahead before Prime Minister’s announced 21 more days total lockdown after successful observance of Janata Curfew on March 22.
Essential commodities particularly edible items are main challenges and many Samaritans persons, clubs and CSOs are distributing at their capacity to make sure that no person in the state remain hungry.

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KSA disinfected MU campus

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Imphal, April 3
Volunteers of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) sprayed disinfection solution at the surroundings of all Hostels of the Manipur University today. The student body also sprayed the disinfection solution at almost all area inside the Manipur University complex.
Spraying of the disinfection solution is a measure taken up to prevent spread of novel Novel coronavirus which is spreading like wild fire across the globe, Toijam Ratan Kumar , Public grievance Secy of the KSA said. He added that in addition to the measures being taken up by the government it is the responsibility of all CSOs, students’ bodies and every individual to join the fight against the spread of the deadly virus.

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