Objective of Manipur BJP led government is to serve the people with commitment

The Chief Minister mentioned that India is moving ahead with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mantra ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas'.

Impahl: Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that the objective of the BJP led government is to serve the people with commitment and work for the welfare and inclusive development in the State. He said this at the launching function of three days Go to Village (GTV) 2.0 programme organised by the district administration Imphal East held at Takhel Youth Welfare Organisation, Imphal East today.

The Chief Minister said that the Go to Village (GTV) mission is an initiative to reach out to the citizens and to deliver government services at the doorsteps of the people. Mentioning various welfare schemes of the government, the Chief Minister maintained that the government is committed to put smiles on people’s faces. With the installation of the BJP led government in the State, the law and order situation has been improved drastically.

Stating that various stalls of different Departments and Banks had been opened at the Takhel Youth Welfare Organisation playground, N. Biren urged the people to take full advantage of such GTV initiative and access benefits of certain schemes being introduced for welfare of people.

The Chief Minister mentioned that India is moving ahead with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mantra ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas’. According to a research report published recently declared Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the World’s Most Admired Mass Leader. N. Biren Singh also appreciated the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for developing indigenous COVID-19 vaccine within a short period. More than 100 crore people have been vaccinated in the country till now, he added. He urged all the people to get vaccinated at the earliest to prevent the dreaded disease.

N. Biren Singh further stated that lakhs of people have been benefited from the welfare schemes implemented by the Central and State government. More than 8 lakh people have got PMJAY and CMHT cards to get cashless medical treatment in hospitals. He also added, more than 50,000 individuals have benefited from PMJAY and CMHT in the State.

On the occasion, the Chief Minister assured the people of the area that the Sanjenbam to Yorbung (around 8kms) and Napetpali to Andro Khoibu (around 15 kms) would be repaired and blacktopped soon. The construction of Community Health Centre (CHC), Napetpali would be completed soon, he added. He also directed the concerned officials to initiate the refunctioning of SDO, BDO, Sub-Registrar offices at Sawombung.

Minister for IPR and Works, Th. Biswajit said that with the installation of a BJP led government in the State, there is peace and development in the State. The aspirations and dreams of the common people have been fulfilled by the government, he added. He maintained that the government has initiated and implemented various welfare schemes for the welfare of the people.

Th. Biswajit said that considering the sentiments of the people and the selfless sacrifices of our forefathers in the Anglo-Manipuri War of 1891, Union Home Minister Amit Shah also renamed Mt. Harriet in Andaman and Nicober Islands into Mt. Manipur recently. The long due demand of the people of the State for the implementation of Inner Line Permit has been approved by the Union government in 2019, he added.

During the programme, N. Biren Singh distributed assistances under various schemes including smartphones under CM e-Support Scheme, textbooks, uniforms, sports equipments under Education Department, Manipur Start Up Scheme, Cards under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY) and Chief Minister-gi Hakshelgi Tengbang (CMHT), Widows’ Pension Scheme, Pension, aid and appliances for physically challenged, Prime Minister Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) and Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) among others.

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