Biren inspects Sangai Ethnic Park development works

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Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh on Saturday visited the Sangai Ethnic Park at Moirang Khunou and inspected the development works taken up there prior to the G20 event which will be held in the state in February 16-18, next year.

Bire also visited the INA Memorial Complex being developed at Moirang.

He informed reporters about the likely visit of the Union Home minister Amit to the state in January next year. The state government had requested the Union Home minister to hoist the 165 feet high Indian National Flag, which is being installed inside the INA Memorial Complex.

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A memorial site for those 185 brave soldiers who joined the then Indian National Army, to liberate India from the British, would also be developed. The memorial site would also be inaugurated by the Union Home minister during his visit, he added.

He said a session of G20 Summit 2023 would also be held in the state. Representatives of participating counties will also visit different places of the state, including Loktak Lake, Sangai Ethnic Park and others, during their visit to the State for the session, he added.

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The Grand Finale of Femina Miss India would be held at the Sangai Ethnic Park in the first week of April, 2023, he said. He continued that he had visited the park to see the progress of the development and to ensure its completion before the G20 session.

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