Delhi, March 01, 2018 (DIPR): Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt. Nemcha Kipgen draws the attention of all and seeks active people’s participation and cooperation to develop and transform Manipur through Cooperation. This was expressed by her while attending the inaugural function of the National Cooperative Development Corporation’s (NCDC) training centre, which is named after late Shri Lakshmanrao Inamdar; held on 28th February, 2018 at TOPIC (Training of Personnel in Cooperative) Institute, Gurugram, Haryana.
With an aim to further strengthen training of cooperative members, the centre has now been upgraded as a National Level Institute and renamed Laxmanrao Inamdar Academy for Cooperative Studies and Human Resource Management. The institute will earmark the beginning of higher dimensions of capacity building of cooperative personnel.
Briefing the media, Minister Nemcha reaffirms that once cooperative movement are successfully revived and implemented in the state, then the socio-economic condition of the masses will be more developed and it will hugely contribute in the economy of the state. So, it is a must to promote the cooperative sector in the state, she asserted.
In a note of optimism, Nemcha expressed that as the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi’s vision is to revive cooperative movement all over the country, Manipur too will be successful to keep cooperative spirit alive and strengthened cooperative sector. For this, she strongly appeals for cooperation and participation from all.
RSS Chief, Dr. Mohan Bhagwat graced the event as the Chief Guest. The inaugural function was attended by Union Minister for Agriculture and Cooperation Shri Radha Mohan Singh, Minister of State for Panchayati Raj, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Parshottam Rupala, Haryana Chief Minister Shri Manohal Lal Khattar, amongst others.
It may be mentioned that late Shri Lakshmanrao Inamdar was a pioneering leader of cooperative movement of the country, a noted social reformer and a founder of cooperative philosophy.