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CM Biren assures transparency and accountability in projects implementation in Manipur

Manipur CM Biren chairs meeting on Perspective Plan under PMJVK for next five years. All officials, in-charge and heads of departments have been asked to submit data on the implementation of welfare projects and policies in Manipur.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 19 Oct 2022, 12:53 pm

CM Biren chairs a meeting on finalisation of the Perspective Plan under PMJVK for the next five years beginning 2022-23 in Imphal on October 18, 2022
CM Biren chairs a meeting on finalisation of the Perspective Plan under PMJVK for the next five years beginning 2022-23 in Imphal on October 18, 2022

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh chaired a meeting on finalisation of the Perspective Plan under PMJVK for the next five years beginning 2022-23 in Imphal Tuesday and assuredtransparency and accountability in projects implementation. 

The meeting, which was attended by all state ministers and MLAs, deputy commissioners and officials concerned, assessed the revised PMJVK Scheme guidelines.

"With the formulation of the comprehensive perspective plan which includes the development of a PMJVK web portal, the state government will ensure transparency and accountability while implementing the projects," Biren said.

During the meeting, concerned officials, in-charge and heads of departments have been asked to submit data on the implementation of welfare projects and policies, the chief minister said in a Facebook post.

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The chief minister also chaired a meeting with the Organizing Committee of the 3rd State Level Barak Festival, 2022.

"The state government had been observing the festival at a state level since 2018, considering the importance of conserving the Barak River as well as the opportunities the festival provides to showcase the rich cultural heritage and traditions of Manipur to the world," the chief minister said.

Biren said in a Twitter post that the festival has been observed at a state level to raise awareness of the need to protect the river as well as promote ecotourism in the state.

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