Thoubal DC appeals people to address their grievances, submit suggestion on Meeyamgi Numit


Imphal: Deputy commissioner, Thoubal A. Subhash Singh, has appealed people of Thoubal to use the Meeyamgi Numit forum to address their grievances and submit their suggestion.

The deputy commissioner also suggested that people who will be coming on Friday on Meeyamgi Numit to kindly submit their grievances in writing (on a plain paper) if possible, along with necessary documents so that the officials can process the matter in a speedy manner. Meeyamgi Numit will start in the district from 10 am and public can register themselves on the same day.

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District Administration Thoubal is all set for a successful conduct of “Meeyamgi Numit ” at the Counting Hall of deputy commissioner’s office complex, Thoubal.

As done in the previous month, for smooth functioning and better facilitation and coordination “A Special dedicated Meeyamgi Numit Cell” have already been opened by District  Administration. For this a dedicated email ID has been opened. One can send their grievances to, three days ahead of every 3rd Friday of every month.

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On this day, DLOs of various departments will be present along with necessary preparation and specific assistance. They will  settle or dispose the grievances at the spot itself if possible. Certain public services that can be delivered on the day will  be arranged by  concerned departments. They may include various beneficiaries oriented schemes like CMHT, PMJAY, old age pension and disability related benefits.

Meeyamgi Numit is a service platform to address the grievances of people initiated by chief minister N. Biren Singh on May 15, 2017. Earlier Meeyamgi Numit was held at chief minister’s secretariat. However since July last year the day was held at district headquarters.


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