N. Biren inaugurates ITI Sekmai, lays foundation stones for two women’s markets at Sekmai and Kanglatongbi.

Under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of women empowerment to protect and uphold the integrity of women, the State Government had already constructed women’s markets in seven hill districts.

Manipur state government’s initiative to bring inclusive development in the State, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh inaugurated ITI, Sekmai and also laid the foundation stones for two women’s markets at Sekmai and Kanglatongbi. 

The ITI inaugurated on Thursday was constructed by Manipur Tribal Development Corporation Ltd under Enhancing Skill Development Infrastructure in North Eastern States (ESDI) while the implementing agency for the construction of the two women’s market will be Manipur Police Housing Corporation Ltd (MPHC Ltd).

Speaking at the function held at Kanglatongbi, N. Biren Singh recalled the responsibilities taken up by women of Manipur since time immemorial to safeguard the State in various circumstances. He added that women could now contribute more towards the growth of the State’s economy as the law and order situation of the State had considerably improved and the Government had been giving utmost priority to make the public feel safe and secure round the clock.

The Chief Minister then said that under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of women empowerment to protect and uphold the integrity of women, the State Government had already constructed women’s markets in seven hill districts. The Government had planned to construct 10 more women’s markets in valley districts of which foundation stones of five markets had been laid till today, he added. He also sought support from the locals of Sekmai and Kanglatongbi to avoid any disturbance during the construction so that the markets could be completely constructed within six months.

Biren then appealed to the public to access benefits from certain Government Schemes through concerned authorities and come up if there is any grievance so that their grievances could be redressed at the earliest.

Biren then appealed to the public to access benefits from certain Government Schemes through concerned authorities and come up if there is any grievance so that their grievances could be redressed at the earliest.

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