State ministerial team inspects Indo-Myanmar border

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, July 6, 2018: A ministerial team led by Revenue Minister Karam Shyam and comprising of water resources and YAS minister, Letpao Haokip and TA and Hills Minister, N.Kayisii today visited the Border Pillars on the Indo-Myanmar border at Kwatha Khunou (Moreh sector) for a spot inspection to ascertain factual ground position of the alleged recently erected subsidiary  Border Pillars.

Assembly deputy speaker K Robindro, MLAs Th Satyabrata Singh, K.Leishiyo , Heikham Dingo Singh and D. Korungthang along with special secretary (home), Kh. Raghumani Singh; revenue secretary T. Ranjit Singh and deputy secretary Y Rajen; Tengnoupal DC A. Tombikanta and SP Dr. S. Ibomcha and other concerned officials accompanied the team during the inspection.

As chairman of the high power ministerial committee, minister Karam Shyam said the present government is very much concerned about the recent border issue in connection with the allegation made by various CSOs, voluntary organizations and all those concerned that border pillars are erected 2-3 km within the boundary of Manipur.

“We will be submitting fact-finding reports to the government so that it can take a decision and work in the interest of the public”, he stated while briefing media persons.

We will be submitting a report to the government and steps will be undertaken in the interest of the public, he also said.

To keep the roads at Kwatha Khunou in pliable condition, Minister Karam Shyam assured to provide financial assistance of Rs. 1 lakh to SP Ibomcha.

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