We need to plan today for a better tomorrow: Shyam

Imphal, March 13, 2018 (DIPR): Ringui Luira Phanit Cum Cultural Festival 2018 that commenced on the 9th of this month at Ringui Village, Ukhrul District with the theme Imbibe Culture For Prosperity concluded today amidst much pomp and grandeur.

The event was organised by Dewdrops & Ringui Village Authority in collaboration with NEFAC.

The Ringui’s GOT Talent Season 4 Grand Finale Ceremony Programme held today  was attended by Hon’ble Minister, PDS Consumer Affairs, Revenue, Weight & Measures, Shri Karam Shyam as the Chief Guest, Hon’ble MLA Kshetrigao A/C, Shri N Indrajit Singh as the Guest of Honour and Headman Tongou Village, Shri Atem A Shimrey as the Functional President.

Highlighting the role of human civilization in bringing development of Manipur, Minister Karam Shyam said proper use and planning of the present day will definitely breed a better tomorrow and future and walk the ladder to success.

Youths should try to be exemplary in their leikais, surrounding kendras or the whole State and identify themselves as an ideal figure, he addressed.

Narrating how he was born to a small village near a field in Langthabal Kendra with a merely 700-800 voters and his struggle days when he won the State Assembly Election with a meagre Rs. 6000 in 2012 and with Rs.20 Lakhs in 2017, he tried to convince the  gathering  that public service with full faith and acknowledging the rights of the public are more important than Election campaigns.

“During my 5 years tenure as MLA of Langthabal AC, I have struggled hard to distribute rice monthly and fully authorise the Local Area Development Fund in the interest of the people of my Kendra”, he also assured.

He also encouraged the youths to contest elections and join politics in their future lives and grab opportunity to change the political system of Manipur.

Delivering the keynote address, N Indrajit expressed his happiness for receiving invitation to the cultural extravaganza that showcased a momentum of unity, solidarity and unity across the State comprising of multi-farous cultural & ethnic groups.

Minister Karam Shyam donated Rs. 1 Lakh while MLA N Indrajit Singh contributed Rs. 50,000 to promote the welfare and developmental activities of Ringui Village, Ukhrul District.

A traditional war dance was presented in a mind-blowing fashion much to the delight of the enchanting audience.

Dewdrops, Ringui Village submitted a memorandum to Minister Karam Shyam for the construction of a Guest House in their village under any viable Ministry to cope with the difficulties in accommodating different visitors and dignitaries frequently visiting the village. They also want a separate and sizeable guest house for the convenience of the public, the memorandum mentioned

Film actors Gokul, R.K.Kaiku, Bala Hijam, Bony and others were present as special guests at the Talent Hunt Grand Finale Ceremony.






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