Updated 4 Jun 2022, 3:49 am
MAHUD Minister Y Khemchand on Friday stated that the state government is able to preserve the state’s political history with the collection of records and archives at the Manipur Legislative Assembly Museum and Archives at the old assembly complex.
He said the same while speaking during the inauguration of the renovated building of the Manipur Legislative Assembly guest house located at Majorkhul.
Khemchand highlighted that the state government has been initiating various steps since 2017 to facelift infrastructures related with the state assembly. One of them is the renovation of the guest house which has been lying in a deplorable condition, he said.
The minister recounted that he was amazed to witness the political history of India being preserved at the parliament house during official visits and was inspired to preserve the same for Manipur.
He also expressed happiness over the appearance and quality of the renovated guest house.
Meanwhile, delivering the presidential address, speaker of Manipur Legislative Assembly, Th. Satyabrata sought support and cooperation from all the staff in further improvement of the service through effective management of the guest house.
He further said that the inauguration of the renovated guest house is a matter of pride for all the assembly staff.
Exuding confidence that the guest house will ensure comfortable and affordable stay for guests, he lauded the ex-speaker for taking initiatives towards infrastructural development.
The speaker and assembly secretariat secretary K. Meghajit also drew the attention of the MAHUD minister to crackdown on double parking in urban areas causing traffic congestion.
Additional secretary, Rohit Sapam and joint secretary (administration) G. Tapankumar Sharma among others were also present during the occasion.
First published:3 Jun 2022, 5:33 pm
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