Biren seeks people’s support for positive change
Imphal: Chief minister N. Biren Singh seeks support from the people of Manipur for a change in Manipur.
“The government alone cannot bring change and that each and everyone should shoulder their responsibilities to ensure growth and development in the state,” Biren said.
The chief minister was speaking at the inaugural function of Soraisam Sports Infra Pvt. Ltd’s Chumthang Shannapung, a multi sports complex at Langthabal Lep Makha Leikai.
Biren also spoke of his desire to see Manipur become a self-sustaining, neat and clean like Singapore where the public can enjoy quality life.
The Covid pandemic had hampered more than two and half years during the last term of the government. The government have started inaugurating and dedicating projects taken up during the previous term, he added.
The Meiteis, being the major community in the state, has been playing a major role in the past, the chief minister said, further stressing on the need for the community to continue taking a major role in fostering unity among the communities.
Biren highlighted the need to develop more sports academies in the state and said an excellent training centre will be set up at Olympian Park. He also said that the government will provide assistance to boxing academy run by Boxer L.Sarita and setting up of a training centre in weightlifter Mirabai’s locality is also under process.The government is also trying to develop atleast seven natural grass football grounds, he said.
Biren also spoke strongly on the impact of adulterated liquor, illegal drugs and corruption and the need to eradicate these ills from the society.