Governor Ganesan visits Keibul Lamjao


Imphal: Manipur governor La. Ganesan on Saturday visited Gopinath Mandir at Ningthoukhong and Keibul Lamjao National Park, and also interacted with district level officers, families of Freedom Fighters and representatives of civil society organisations at Keibul Lamjao National Park, Bishnupur district.

Ganesan said after assuming office as the governor, he had made plan to visit all the district of the state in order to know the cultures and traditions of the area. He made an appeal to all section of the society to get vaccinated which is the best way to defeat pandemic and make Covid free.

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He said godliness is next to cleanliness and it is the most important. His visit was to stress one point only and his main insistence is the matter of cleanliness and hygiene in Manipur. These will bring a great opportunity to the state and would enhance in economic status by improving tourism as well. Cleanliness will keep everyone happy and healthy in all respect physically, mentally, socially and intellectually by reducing the chance of diseases and fully confident that all the district level officers will enable the whole district clean and green, he added.

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In an interaction with the governor, some district level officers highlighted shortages of staff which has hampered in the smooth functioning of the office. Families of Freedom Fighters and representatives of civil society organisations also urged the governor to address their grievances.

Additional DC, Bishnupur Hanjabam Bobby Sharma presented various activities and achievements of different department by power point.

The governor also paid a visit to Gopinath Mandir at Ningthoukhong. The function function was organised by the District Administration, Bishnupur.


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