Biren interacts with Maram people


Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh had an interaction with the Maram community of Senapati district at his secretariat, here on Monday.

Maram community representatives highlighted their pledge to stop any illegal cultivation of poppy and drugs related business at their areas in support of the War on Drug campaign initiated by Biren Singh’s government.

They expressed their gratitude to the chief minister for giving an opportunity for the interaction programme and for his leadership on war against drug for the safety of lives of the people. They highlighted their requirements like healthcare, drinking water facility, SDO office, police station and handloom and handicraft training centre at their areas.

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Biren,  talking to reporters appreciated the Maram community for the decision they have taken against any illegal plantation of poppy, drug smuggling and ban of any form of drug in their areas in support of War on Drug campaign.

He expressed his happiness to Maram community for announcing the resolution made by the community leaders in support to the campaign.

The chief minister also thanked the Maram people for their constant support during the “Go To Village Mission” programmes. Stating that several tribal communities started supporting the War on Drug campaign, Biren appreciated the people for their unanimous support to the campaign against poppy plantation and other drug related matters.

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He emphasized on the need of setting up of Anti-Drug Women Cell at every locality to eradicate drugs problems.

Biren assured to the representatives that handloom and handicraft centre based on modern technology will be set up at Senapati district headquarter.

With regard to drinking water, he said, he will instruct the concern Minister for the settlement of water problems. Regarding to SDO and police station he informed that step will be taken up for the construction of the same at the earliest.

Biren informed them that PHC of Maram khullen village will be upgraded to CHC after the recruitment of process of doctors is completed.

He urged to those who are running business on drugs to come out voluntarily and surrender for the safety of families and precious lives, for which no action will be taken against them. He appealed to the people especially people in and around Imphal valley areas to abandon drug business for the safety of precious lives and future generation.

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The BJP government will not tolerate and compromise to those who involved in illegal drugs business, plantation of poppy, practiced corruption and destroyers of forests, he said and appealed to the government officials to think and work for the land, people, environment and future generation rather than personnel and friend circle profit.


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