Langei Village gets a water supply project
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, July 4, 2018: CAF and PD, revenue minister Karam Shyam inaugurates RO (reverse osmosis) Water Supply project today at Langei village, Nongpok Sanjenbam with the objective to provide hygienic water to the community.
The project was launched just 6 months after launching free range poultry, duck projects and their production house and loin loom weaving project at the village.
Langei International website created by Digital Manipur was also launched at the function.
The minister appreciated Telem Arunkumar, managing director, Langei who is the brainchild behind the various projects at Langei model village for his ‘remarkable’ activities and unending efforts in serving the society at the grassroots level.
He said Arunkumar is the real son of the soil whose works are of immense economic value and humanitarian service to the community.
The people of Nongpok Sanjenbam community should feel a sense of pride in the socio-economic activities taken up by him that shows his motivative, innovative and educative mindset and moral, honest task of real value needed in cultivating human civilization, said the minister.
“The country will fully develop only when the villages will prosper. There are around 2050 villages out of which 664 are located in the valleys and 1386 in the hills as per Manipur Gazette”, he stated.
Telem Arunkumar said there is CCTV camera and public address system to control crime within the Langei village campus and a culture for cleanliness apart from providing a source of income and daily livelihood sustenance to the community.
Sports academy, security CCTV, Dark Free Village and Electrification, Social Hygiene and Village Beautification are some of the ongoing projects at Langei Village.
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