Last electrified Leisang village people plea for infrastructure set up


Pothashang News Service: Imphal, May 23, 2018: People of Leisang village met the chief minister on Wednesday during the Meeyamgi Numit (People’s Day) camp at the chief minister N. Biren Singh’s secretariat in Imphal and urged to take up necessary infrastructure in the village.

The village representatives headed by the village chairman Tongsat Haokip thanked the government for electrifying the village. They tabled a memorandum to the chief minister. It complained that Liesang village is very backward even though it is just 77 km away from Manipur capital city, Imphal.

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They complained that there is lack of infrastructure in all aspect to uplift all round development in the village.

The village representative asked the chief minister to construct road from IT-road to Leisang village measuring just about 3 km and urged to construct the foot path which is very muddy and slippery in rainy season.

They also urged to provide safe drinking water facilities saying that there is no any drinking water facility except the natural un-hygienic stream water.

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It was demanded to construct an Anganwadi centre as there is no school in the village and to construct a community hall.

Tongsat told reporters at Manipur Press Club that even though Leisang is the last village claimed by the Centre as the last village in India to be electrified the village lacks all round infrastructure set up.

He thanked the chief minster saying that he has replied to fulfil the demand of the village.


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