Illegal migration, drug and weapons smuggling, sneaking insurgents into Indian territory should be prevented at any cost: Ganesan 


Imphal: Expressing concerned over the issues of illegal migration, smuggling of drugs, weapons, sneaking insurgents etc. from neighbouring countries into Indian territory, Manipur governor La.Ganesan said, these activities should be prevented at any cost.

Ganesan said, government alone cannot prevent it and full cooperation from the general public is quite indispensable. He appeals people to extend full cooperation to the security forces and concerned authority to get the crimes contained. Only then, the peace loving people of this beautiful state will be able to live peacefully, he said.

The issues of drug abuse, poppy cultivation and drug trafficking have been a major issues and state government has been trying to curtail it. The number of drug users particularly among the youths is increasing manifold during the last few months. This has to be, in any case, prevented with collective efforts including the like-minded civil society organisations and general public.

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The governor appealed to co operate the government in this regard saying that state government has already mooted taking action against the cultivation of poppy plants particularly in the hill districts. Large areas of poppy cultivation were destroyed and the movement is on.

Ganesan visited Kasom Khullen sub-divisional headquarters in Kamjong district and interacted with civil society organisations village chiefs and villagers.

He heard about the issues and grievances raised by them and assured to extend all possible help in the larger interest of the people.

The governor inspected Kasom Khullen Higher Secondary School and interacted with students and teachers. He also inspected the ongoing construction works of the school. He enquired about the prevailing condition of Primary Health Centre, Kasom Khullen, the only health facility in the area.

Speaking at the interaction programme held at Sadbhavna Mandap at the sub-divisional headquarters, the governor said, he has come to the sub-division to know the problems faced by the people and to explore the ways and means to address the genuine problems. He said, issues related to education, healthcare, connectivity, power etc., should be taken care of and he will look into it. There should be proper facilities for treating patients, good infrastructures along with adequate number of teachers for teaching students, all weather roads and also a clean power supply as these are the basic needs of the people. He continued that he will ask the concerned departments to look into the matter and also will ask the chief minister to take necessary steps in the larger interest of the people.

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The governor felicitated Solimla Jajo of Kasom Khullen, the silver medalist at the recently concluded 54th Asian Bodybuilding Sports Championship in Maldives.

K. Leishiyo, MLA, Phungyar A/C, said, Kamjong district is trailing behind the other districts in many fronts of development. He said, although the district shared international boundary with Myanmar no business activities or transactions can be taken up as there are no facilities in the district. He continued that steps should be taken up to develop the district at par with the other districts of the state.

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Deputy commissioner, Kamjong, R. Rang Peter made a power point presentation regarding various activities of administration and development in the district. He informed the governor that there has been acute shortage of manpower in many sectors including education and healthcare. CSO leaders raised many issues and drew the attention of Governor. They also submitted memoranda to the governor.

The governor was accorded a warm welcome by K. Leishiyo, MLA, R. Rang Peter, deputy commissioner, Kamjong, P. Manjit, SP, Kamjong and other officials on his arrival at the sub-divisional headquarters.


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