Imphal: Governor of Manipur La. Ganesan has greeted the team of Akhil Bharatiya Poorv Sainik Sewa Parishad (ABPSSP) coming down to Imhal in connection with the observance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Moirang Utsav 2022 which will be held on Thursday at INA Memorial, Moirang.
It may be mentioned that Colonel Shaukat Malik of the Indian National Army hoisted the Tricolour at Moirang for the first time on Indian soil on 14 April 1944. The observance will be held in commemoration of the day.
Talking to the representatives of ABPSSP, the governor said, the Centre under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed for all round development and welfare of people. He said, ex-servicemen are those who once served the country in different capacities. Any issues relating to ex-servicemen should be addressed and if required will inform to the Centre, he added.
Expressing confidence that peace will prevail in Manipur, Ganesan said, the scenario has been changed and a peaceful environment will prevail as there is a committed government at the Centre.
He hosted a lunch for the visiting representatives of ex-servicemen at Raj Bhavan.
Lt. General (Retd.) Vishnu Kant Chaturvedi, president of ABPSSP said, 40 ex-servicemen from 29 branches of ABPSSP will participate in Moirang Utsav 2022. The Parishad will work for the welfare of ex-servicemen and their widows in the country.
Ganesan interacted with the representatives and bikers of ‘North East on Wheels’ at Raj Bhavan. He also thanked the team for their initiative to know the beauty of North East and asked them to inform those who have not been in North East. The expedition team was flagged off from Guwahati on 9th April and will go throughout North East. The expedition is being organized by Amazing Namaste Foundation as a part of 75th Years of India’s Independence- Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav.