11 Covid-19 victims’ children benefitted under Bal Seva


Imphal: Cheques were distributed to 11 children of Covid-19 victims as a part of Chief Minister’s Bal Seva scheme during “Meeyamgi Numit” (People’s Day) for Thoubal district on Friday.

Thoubal deputy commissioner Ahanthem Subhash Singh distributed the cheques to the beneficiaries.

Manipur government had notified ex-gratia of Rs 50,000 each to the next of kin of those who passed away due to Covid-19.

CMHT cards were also distributed to four beneficiaries. During the programme the deputy commissioner also distributed certificates to 20 street food vendors who successfully participated in the Street Food Vendors training programme conducted on November 23 by the New Association Street Vendor of India under the initiative of Food Safety Administration Thoubal.

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The people’s day was successfully organised by the District Administration Thoubal  at the Counting Hall of deputy commissioner’s office complex for December. As done in the preceding months, Subhash Singh along with district level officers heard various grievances and demands of the public.

“Meeyamgi Numit” is a platform to meet and address the grievances of the people. The programme has brought hope amongst the people in the district that the government is continuously working for the welfare of the people, Subhash said.

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He expressed happiness that large number of people continue to turn up every month to take benefit of various government schemes. He said the District Administration is committed to solve various problems and grievances of the public at the earliest in collaboration with the concern departments. He said most of the grievances are related  to old age pension schemes, CMHT cards and other schemes.

Around 107 written applications were recieved today relating to different schemes including applications for CMHT Card, old age and widow pension card and grievances related to other departments like PHED, Police, MSPDCL among others.

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Twenty stalls of different departments were opened to meet the demand of the public including Police, CMO, ICDS, ZEO, MSPDCL, Veterinary, Agriculture and Fisheries.


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