CM flags of Imphal-Kohima road work, opens Thadou Heritage work


Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh said, “The state is moving in its path of development faster under the guidance of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. The development works taken up in various sectors by the State Government is for the sack of our future generations.”

Biren was addressing the gathering at the flag-off programme for improvement of Imphal Kohima Package–IV(B) and Imphal Kohima Package-V(A) Road of National Highway-02 held at Kalapahar, Kangpokpi district.

He appreciated the MLAs of Kangpokpi district and civil society organisations for their cooperation and efforts in solving the issues of land compensation along the said highway.

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Different communities residing in the state has now started living together having respect for one another. The government only wanted its citizens to be abided by the laws of the land. It is working under the ambit of the Indian Constitution and not imposing any law which is beyond its ambit, the chief minister said.

Appealing to the public that cooperating with the government’s development work could make Manipur more developed, the chief minister assured that those who are affected with the road improvement work would be benefited for their loss.

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Textiles, commerce and industries minister Nemcha Kipgen stated that the condition of the road would be improved with the road project. She appreciated the dedicated initiatives of the chief minister to improve road conditions of the state. Mentioning that National Highway-02 is the lifeline for development of the state, she stressed the need for such improvement of the highway. She also urged the NHIDCL to maintain the quality while taking up the improvement work and also sought cooperation of the public in timely completion of the work.

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Planning and Development Authority chairman Lourembam Rameshwor Meetei, MLA Haokholet Kipgen, executive director, RO-Imphal, NHIDCL D. S. Chaudhary, deputy commissioner, Kangpokpi Kengoo Zuringla and other officials also attended the flag off programme.

The chief minister formally opened the Thadou Heritage Museum at Thadou Inpi-General Headquarters Complex, Kangpokpi district.


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