Manipur Vision 2047 launched
Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh launched the Manipur Vision 2047 at the chief minister’s secretariat on Wednesday.
Manipur Vision 2047 will serve as a decisive road map for the state’s rapid and sustainable growth for the next 25 years. The vision shall primarily serve as a guide for government departments and development partners as they plan specific development initiatives for the state.
The chief minister also launched CM Dashboard, website of the vigilance and anti-corruption department and Online Vigilance Certificate portal.
The state government under the guidance of the central government had started planning for the development works to be taken up for the next 25 years since the last 8 months, Biren said.
Stressing the need for proper planning before carrying out certain activities, he said Manipur Vision 2047 had been placed for knowledge of the people of Manipur in connection with the celebration of 75 years of Indian Independence.
Mentioning that the Vision 2047 would lead the present generation in making a better Manipur for the future generation, he expressed his thankfulness to concerned officials for their dedicated efforts to come up with the long term vision.
He said the projects of Ring Road, Liklang Pareng and Border Road which aim for better connectivity throughout the ztate. He said the vision included details on attaining self sustainability through Atmanirbhar Bharat, employment generation and development of agriculture sector and other sectors among others.
The chief minister thanked the India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd (IIFCL) for making the state first among the Northeastern states to bring out a vision document for the next 25 years. He was hopeful that the state would be able to successfully execute the plan.
The Online Vigilance Certificate portal will streamline the process of issue of Vigilance Certificate which will result in cost, time and manpower saving in the government. Further, an employee can also track his or her application online. The portal would help remove corruption, increase transparency and improve service delivery by leveraging information technology.
The CM Dashboard will show the details of real time view of progress of schemes and will also help the state in quick and more effective decision making. It will also improve transparency and allow citizens to know the progress of schemes and other developmental works.
Power minister Th. Biswajit Singh, MAHUD minister Yumnam Khemchand, works minister Govindas Konthoujam, textiles, commerce and industry minister Nemcha Kipgen, tribal affairs and Hills Minister Shri Letpao Haokip, Social Welfare Minister Shri Heikham Dingo, transport minister Khasim Vashum, chief secretary Dr Rajesh Kumar, senior government officials and representatives of IIFCL Projects Limited also attended the launching programme among others.
During the programme, the chief minister also released a coffee table book of department of information technology titled “Evolution of eOFFICE in Manipur”