Guv interacts with DLOs
Imphal: Manipur governor La. Ganesan on Saturday interacted with district level officers (DLOs) of Imphal West and East districts at the centenary hall of Manipur University.
Interacting with the DLOs, Ganesan expressed his appreciation to the district commissioners of both Imphal West and East for the execution of developmental works taken up by the government for the welfare of the public which was shown through power point presentation. He said that it is unfortunate that the pandemic slowed down the developmental works considerably.
The governor was informed that Covid-19 vaccination have not reached 100 percent mark in both the districts. He encouraged the DLOs to be cautious and work harder to eliminate pandemic completely or else developmental activities will be hindered. And also state that open defecation should be eliminated . He said he hoped that the state will be a pleasant place with smooth roads.
He informed the DLOs to encourage the public of both districts to open an account under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana as this scheme aims to revolutionize the traditional banking system of India and it is suitable for everyone. Especially for the economically weaker section of the society who does not have a basic bank account. It offers basic financial services like saving account, insurance, deposit account , pension remittance etc and anyone who is an Indian citizen who is above 10 years of age can open an account with zero balance under scheme.He further states that India is the largest democracy which is governed by Constitution and it is unfortunate that some section of the society are working against it.
He informed that 15 national highwaysprojects are being sanctioned for the state and it is neede to protect the boundaries of the state. He said that in every districts he visited , he was shown a contraband products seizes by the security forces.
Apart from the DLOs, the ineraction programme was attended by MU vice-chancellor Professor L.Lokendro Singh, boxer L.Sarita Devi, Ema Y.Leirikleima, president, Kangla Mei along with officials of both district commissioner offices.