GOOD EDUCATION IS REQUIRED IN GIVING GOOD GOVERNANCE: CM

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Imphal, November 20, 2017 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren has said that good education is required in giving good governance to the people.

He was speaking at the inauguration function of an indoor stadium and a girls’ hostel at Regional College, Lilong in Imphal West District today.

The Chief Minister contended that a failed education system will lead the whole society to shambles.

He said that the State Government would mull over providing aid/incentive to private and aided colleges based on its performance.

Stating that he never overlooked the inconvenience faced by the teachers and staff of aided and private colleges, the Chief Minister said that the new Government would definitely look into the inadequacies and grievances of   these colleges.

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Age-old legends and history should be traced and reminded to the people in order to regain the lost love and sense of affinity among people of different communities, the Chief Minister said while adding that sacred sites of Ebudhou Koubru, Ebudhou Thangjing and Ebudhou Khana Chaoba Wangbren would be developed soon.

Stating that he was told that King Kiyamba used to play polo at the space currently used as helipad inside Kangla Fort, the Chief Minister said that the Government would put in effort to develop this plot of land as a memorial complex to honour the King and the game of polo.

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Contending that the new Government has been working hard day and night to realise a new Manipur, the Chief Minister sought cooperation from the public in this regard.

Shri N. Biren also opined that Imphal Evenings can be expanded to Leishang Hiden area if the available space is properly developed.

Education Minister Shri Th. Radheshyam graced the function as president and CAF and PD Minister Shri Karam Shyam and Public Health Engineering Minister Shri L. Dikho as guests of honour.

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In his speech, Shri Karam Shyam sought help from the Chief Minister in developing the sacred site of Ebudhou Chajinglapka Pureiromba as an ecological park.

He also requested the Chief Minister to look into the grievances of teachers of Regional College.

Speaking at the occasion, Shri Th. Radheshyam mentioned about the important roles played by schools and colleges in materialising a good and peaceful society.

Later, Shri N. Biren and Shri Karam Shyam visited the sacred site of Ebudhou Chajinglapka Pureiromba.

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