CM Biren assures people of Manipur 'massive change' in road infrastructure after rainy season
Strengthening connectivity has always been the priority for the Manipur government, says Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh.
Updated 7 Jul 2022, 4:21 pm
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Wednesday said the state will witness a massive change in the road infrastructure after the rainy season.
"With guidance of Hon’ble PM@narendramodi Ji, strengthening connectivity has always been the priority for the Govt. in Manipur. Soon after this rainy season, we will be witnessing a massive change in the road infrastructure of the state," Biren tweeted.
The chief minister's assurance comes in the wake of the recent landslide catastrophe at took place at Makhuam village in Noney district, Manipur.
The massive landslide hit the NF Railway worksite and the Indian Army company location atop a hill at Makhuam village on the intervening night of June 29-30. As many as 79 people were affected.
So far, 18 people have been rescued alive and 47 bodies have been recovered. Several of them were with the 107 Indian Terrirorial Army. A total of 14 others remained missing till date.
It may be mentioned that several parts of the state hilly region has long been suffering due to poor coonectivity and deplorable road conditions. Till today, motorable roads are yet to reach some of the far-flung interior villages located in the hill districts of the state.