Imphal: Textiles, commerce and industries minister Nemcha Kipgen on Monday said the Manipur Integrated Logistics Policy, 2022, which was approved in the 1st Cabinet meeting, will surely streamline the logistic infrastructure in Manipur.
This was informed by the minister during her official visit to Integrated Check Point ICP), Moreh (Indo-Myanmar border town).
While interacting with the officials of Land Ports Authority of India, Nemcha urged for the proper maintenance of the infrastructures of the ICP, Moreh as it has the strategic advantage of India’s Gateway to the East and the only feasible land route for trade between India, Myanmar and other Southeast Asian Countries.
She sought cooperation from the local civil society organisations and the villagers for proper maintenance of the ICP and other developmental activities of the central and state government.
The officials of Land Ports Authority of India felicitated Nemcha Kipgen with the insignia of ICP, Moreh.
During the visit, Nemcha inspected the site for Industrial Estate in Tengnoupal district and Trade Centre in Moreh. Enroute to the border town, the minister inspected the Keiraopokpi Industrial Estate, Kakching district too.