STATE CABINET APPROVES COMPENSATION FOR NUNGEI INCIDENT

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Imphal, December 18, 2107 (DIPR): The State Cabinet today approved the payment of Rs. 32,42,300 as compensation to 10 victims for properties damaged during the violent incidents at Nungei area which occurred on 11th April, 2016. The Cabinet also discussed on the allotment of land for the development of Water Body at Lamphelpat for conservation of water to prevent recurrence of frequent flood in and around Lamphel areas. The State Cabinet decided to complete the process of land allotment of the 442.24 acres of land which is currently available for the development of Water Body within a week. It may be mentioned that out of these area of 442.24 acres, a State land measuring an area of 91.24 acres of land has already been allotted to Water Resources Department for the purpose and 351 acres of land presently occupied by three Government Departments would be transferred to the Water Resources Department.

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The Cabinet also agreed for the creation of two temporary supernumerary post of OSD (Forest and Environment), Government of Manipur at PCCF (Apex) Scale and one post of OSD (GAD) at APCCF Scale as Ex-Cadre post for Indian Forest Service (IFS) under the Indian Forest Service (Cadre) Regulations, 1966. The Cabinet also gave approval for the creation of four temporary posts of Additional Director General of Police in the Manipur Police Department in the IPS Above Super Time Scale of HAG plus in level of the Pay Matrix for giving promotion of 1986 and 1987 batch of IPS Officers.

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The State Cabinet gave its nod to complete the DPC proceedings for Direct Recruitment of 20 vacant posts of Primary Teachers in respect of Meritorious Sportspersons under Department of Education (Schools), Government of Manipur. The Cabinet also agreed the proposal for modification/change of the present Warrant of Precedence in the State of Manipur.

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