Hill Leaders’ Day, Meeyamgi Numit at Kamjong
Imphal: District Administration, Kamjong on Friday organized the District Hill Leaders’ Day and Meeyamgi Numit at the Town Hall of Kamjong district headquarters.
In the event that witnessed hundreds of public in attendance, a total of 29 dDepartments opened their district level offices to cater to the various demands and grievances of the public. Covid protocols were strictly observed in the event.
Deputy commissioner, Kamjong, Rangnamei Rang Peter; Kamjong SP P. Manjit and CEO of the district graced the dais in the simple formal function held briefly as a part of the event.
Rangnamei stressed on the importance of such an event, especially in a remote district like Kamjong, where public face inconveniences to reap benefits arranged by the government. As all the departments working in the district come under one roof on this day to receive the grievances and to deliver services to the public, everyone should take maximum utilisation of such an opportune event, added he. He thanked the state government led by N. Biren Singh for organising such a program continuously.
The DC further appealed all to attend such special days without fail, and added that the next events of Meeyamgi Numit will be held in the rest of the sub-divisions of Kamjong on a rotation basis.
Many written applications were received with grievances related to CMHT, social welfare-related schemes and agriculture related issues during the program which began from 10 am.
Speaking to official of the district information office, Kamjong, an old woman Thangmila, aged 70 of Bungpa Khulle, said that she came to the Meeyamgi Numit to enquire about the possible welfare schemes available for her pregnant daughter-in-law and also to avail Old-Age Pension scheme for herself. She expressed gratitude to the district administration for organizing such a program and also expressed her wish to hold such programs regularly and frequently.
AS Kathing, aged 60, of Rushaah village under Sahampung sub-division visited the health stall put up by the CMO. He suggested that this program should be held block-wise throughout the district for better participation from public belonging to nook and corner of the district. Sharing his experience of the day, he said he benefitted highly from his visit.
With the recent escalation of the number of positive cases of Covid in Manipur, the District Administration Kamjong followed Covid protocols strictly by making sure that everyone wore masks, maintained safe distance and used sanitisers. Drinking water facility was also provided and separate toilet facilities for ladies and gents were also kept.
Meeyamgi Numit is a service platform to address the grievances of people initiated by the chief minister on May 15, 20178. It will be held every 4th Friday for Kamjong district, and if the 4th Friday happens to be a general holiday, then it will be held on the previous working day.(DIO)