Biren launches ‘Go to Village’ mission website


Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh has today launched website and dashboard of ‘Go to Village’ mission and held reviewing meeting of the mission at Darbar Hall of the chief minister’s secretariat.

The website is powered by department of information technology, government of Manipur in association with X-treme Wave.

Biren Singh appealed the officials of the government change the working style to bring positive change and for the welfare of the people.

Addressing the officials, Biren Singh said the government officials might be facing difficulties and inconveniences under ‘Go to Village’ mission, however we must think such situation as a part of professional hazard. He mentioned that people started appreciating and supporting the mission and the government is getting positive and good feedbacks from the people.

He said under such initiative, ministers and MLAs are meeting people at grassroot level. Till now, around 227 camps have been covered under ‘Go to Village’ mission. Around 2.9 lakhs complaints have been enrolled, out of which services were delivered to around 1.73 lakhs and around 1.26 lakhs are under process, he continued.

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Biren Singh suggested to chalk out further plans so that the mission can be sustained as a long term policy of the government for the welfare of the people. He said in the next 3 weeks, we should identify and digest all the grievances gathered during the previous camps of the mission.

He also suggested that on June 26 to re-visit those villages and deliver the services to the aggrieved people on that day. Within these three weeks, Zila Parishad members, Pradhan ADC members and SDCs etc. should also indulge in identifying the grievances of the people, he added.

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Saying that a collective effort is needed for the success of the mission, the chief minister said that the chief secretary would convened a ‘review meeting’ with all nodal officers and administrative secretaries regarding the way forward of the mission within these 2-3 days. Recently, the state Cabinet has decided to provide some allowance to the government employees who are executing their work in far flung areas of the state under ‘Go to Village’ mission, he continued.

Biren Singh also launched a booklet on ‘Go to Village’ mission. The booklet includes the information about those services that can be availed at the mission camps. Apart from English and Manipuri, the booklet is being published in 7 different dialects viz. Tangkhul, Hmar, Zou, Poumai, Thadou, Paite and Kabui. Such booklet would create more awareness among the people of the state about the mission. The Department would be publishing the booklet in other dialects too.

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Biren Singh also asked the officials to give their suggestions and feedbacks regarding the mission. Ministers, MLAs, officials of various departments gave their valuable suggestions and opinions to make the mission successful.

Minister for PWD, RD and PR Th. Biswajit Singh, minister for health and family welfare L. Jayantakumar Singh, minister for agriculture V. Hangkhanlian, minister for social welfare Nemcha Kipgen, minister for PHED Losii Dikho, minister for CAF and PD Karam Shyam, MLAs, chief secretary, DGP, administrative secretaries, DCs, department heads and officials of various departments attended the meeting.


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