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IMPHAL: Andro MLA Th Shyamkumar has alleged that crores of rupees have been misappropriated in the name of compensations to those affected by the Thoubal Multipurpose Project. He also alleged that many fake beneficiaries have been found in the list of those affected. After visiting the project site yesterday, Shyamkumar said if those involved in the misappropriation of the compensation for upstream affected families do not plea guilty he will urge the centre to punish those involved. He also said such an initiative by the government is good but there is no sign of development in the area therefore plying…
IMPHAL: BJP Manipur Pradesh spokesperson RK Shivachandra held the Congress govt responsible for the excessive acts committed by 24 Assam Rifles on Imphal-Moreh road. Speaking to media persons at the BJP office at Nityapat Chuthek, Shivachandra said the party supports the agitation by people of Tengnoupal against the Assam Rifles and condemn the action of AR personnel. He alleged that the people cannot move freely on the said road as the personnel create unnecessary troubles for the people and this will have serious impact on Look East Policy and Act East Policy. He also said the party will soon send…
IMPHAL: Janata Dal (United) Manipur State Unit today strongly condemned the Kadangband encounter on the 28th of this month that killed 2 persons and injured 3 others. The party also demanded an enquiry into the incident. Speaking to media at the party’s Head Office in Babupara, JDU State Unit President M Tombi criticised the tactless behaviour of security forces. He said 8 AR has been creating problems on Imphal Moreh road by restricting civilian movement after 6 pm. M Tombi demanded the state government to take stringent actions against those security personnel instead of keeping the issue at rest. Although…
IMPHAL: CPI Manipur State Council along with its frontal organisation Manipur Loumi Marup today took out a rally against implementing anti-farmer laws and building of Nathuram Godse’s statue, killer of Mahatma Gandhi. Ex-MLA N Mangi, who is the leader of CPI Manipur State Council and Comrade L Sotin led the rally from Irawat Bhavan passing through Family Welfare Line, Allu Galli, MG Avenue, Kanglapat and then to GM Hall where it finally ended. Protesting the policy programmes of government, protestors shouted slogans against implementation of The Right To Fair Compensation And Transparency In Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation And Resettlement (Amendment) Ordinance…
IMPHAL: The Martyrs Day was observed at Gandhi Memorial Hall. Led by Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam, several ministers, MLAs, civil and police officials offered flowers at the statue of the father of the nation. They stood in silence as mark of respect to the leader when the siren was sounded at 11.05 am. Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee also observed the day at Congress Bhawan. MPCC president Gaikhangam, Social Welfare Minister AK Mirabai, several Congress MLAs and party workers offered flowers at the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Replying to questions by media persons, Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam said security and police…
IMPHAL: Chief Minister Okram Ibobi said central projects and other developmental works in Manipur are facing frequent disturbances which is hampering the work progress. He was speaking on the last of three-day observation of Rani Gaidinliu’s 100th birth anniversary organised by Kabui Mothers’ Association Manipur at MFDC Auditorium, Palace Compound. Okram Ibobi who graced the function as chief guest said, a statue of late freedom fighter Rani Gaidinliu will be installed at a proper place in recognition of her contribution. Ibobi admitted the Central projects in the state face frequent interruptions. He appealed for public support so that these projects…
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