CM’s CSC Singgi Tengbang, Wi-Fi hotspots launched


Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh on Saturday launched Chief Minister-gi CSC Singgi Tengbang and public Wi-Fi hotspots in hill districts in a function held at City Convention Centre.

Chief Minister-gi CSC Singgi Tengbang is an incentive scheme for Common Service Centres (CSCs) of the state.

Biren urged the CSCs to be careful and honest in issuing and updating important documents like Aadhaar cards. Even a slight negligence or insincerity due to want for money may prove disastrous for the whole Nation and the state because wrong persons from foreign countries may get hold of such important documents, he observed. As such, CSC operators must always have the notion of ‘Nation’s security first’ in their mind, he added.

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There is a need for the expansion of digital reach to interior parts of the state. Under this initiative, Wi-Fi hotspots are launched in different villages of hill districts. Now, enrollment for state and central government schemes can be done at village chiefs’ house, he added.

Biren urged the public to call the phone number of ‘CM Da Haisi’ (+91-9534795347) to clear any doubt.

Maintaining that the present state government always has a strong commitment to develop the hill districts, Biren said he was the first person to raise the issue of topographical need-based budget for the states having both hills and plains. As a result, the government of India introduced the Hill Area Development Programme under which Tamenglong district had already received Rs 90 crore for development works, he added.


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