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MLA Irabot says Manipur govt should implement Street Vendors Act

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IMPHAL: Congress MLA Yungkham Irabot today stressed that the state govt should implement the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act 2014 in Manipur to protect the rights of street vendors. He said despite the directives of the Supreme Court and High Court of Manipur, to implement the Act, the state govt has so far ignored the act. Speaking at the 16th foundation day of the Roadside Vendors Welfare Association Manipur at GM Hall today assured the vendors of all possible assistance in their fight for their rights. General Secretary of National Hawkers Federation, Saktiman Ghosh, said the street vendors are being targeted everywhere. He said even though the Centre has assured the people of Achhe Din, the poor will see only worse days. He accused the govt of ignoring the rights of the street vendors.  President of Road Side Vendors Welfare Association Manipur Ksh. Tama demanded implementation of the Act in Manipur, setting up of town vending committee and urged the govt to provide the benefits of National Urban Renewable Mission to all the vendors.

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