PM will not inaugurate incomplete projects: Biren

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Pothashang News Service: Imphal, March 12, 2018: Chief minister Biren Singh today clarified Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not inaugurate incomplete project.

He said this at a solemn ceremony organised by the state government to celebrate winning of the award for the best implemented Public Health Programme by Chief Minister-gi Hakshelgi Tengbag (CMHT)  at CM’s secretariat today.

Praising Narendra Modi as a man of great principle, Biren said the Prime Minister would never inaugurate any unfinished project but dedicate only the projects, which are fully ready for commissioning, to the public.

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He further said the Prime Minister would not only grace the inaugural function of the 105th Indian Science Congress but also attend a public reception at Multi Sports Complex, Luwangshangbam in Imphal East District, where he would also lay the foundation stones of different projects including National Sports University and inaugurate many other projects.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who would arrive at the state capital on March 15, would inaugurate the Integrated Check Post and a power sub-station at Moreh and attend a public gathering in Imphal organised as part of the 1st anniversary of the BJP-led state government.

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Biren said CMHT has achieved a remarkable achievement within a short period of time. The credit of this achievement goes to common people, who give courage and share knowledge with the government, he added.

Health minister L. Jayantakumar handed over the trophy of the award to the chief minister in today’s ceremony.

Biren observed that the achievement was possible due to the joint effort of the people and the government. Health Minister and officials of the health department worked tirelessly to accomplish the milestone, he added.

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He said the state government had received Rs. 130 crore as relief assistance for the frequent flash floods which had never been received from the Centre by the State as flood relief in the past.

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