By A Staff Reporter
IMPHAL | Nov 18
An official team of the High Court of Manipur today conducted spot enquiry at the National Sports Academy, Khuman Lampak and SAI Sports Complex, Takyelpat here today.
The division bench of the High Court comprising of acting chief justice, N. Kotiswar and justice, K. Nobin passed the spot enquiry order yesterday during the hearing of a suo motu PIL in connection with alleged mismanagement and irregularities in administration of National Sports Academy and SAI Sports Complex.
The official enquiry team was led by acting chief justice, N. Kotiswar Singh and Justice, K. Nobin Singh and was accompanied by registrar general, A. Guneshwar Sharma, MASLSA members secretary, R.K. Memcha Devi and other officials and senior counsels of the High Court.
During the spot enquiry the team inspected administrative block of NSA and class rooms in which the team found un-proportionate manpower and infrastructures. Later the team also inspected hostels for both girls and boys and their dining hall and kitchen.
Following the completion of spot enquiry visit at NSA premises, the team visited SAI Sports complex and inspected the multipurpose indoor stadium, hostels, kitchen, dining hall and gym at the said complex. The team found no complaints such as lack of manpower and infrastructures.
Mentioned may be made that the division bench during the hearing of the said PIL yesterday observed that sports is the pride of Manipur. Sports bring not only laurels for the state but they also contribute immensely to the well-being of the society as well, the bench observed.
The court also observed that everybody in the state is concerned about the welfare of the sports in the state and desire that the sports academies should function properly to produce the best of the sportspersons.