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Minister Letpao Haokip inaugurates RCC Bridge in Moreh

The roads and IVR between different villages around Moreh will be developed within three months, regardless of the allocation of funds, Minister Letpao Haokip said.

ByTengnoupal Correspondent

Updated 17 May 2022, 6:38 pm

(PHOTO: IFP)
(PHOTO: IFP)

The RCC Bridge at Khujairok River, Moreh which was constructed by PWD Manipur was inaugurated by Horticulture and Soil Conservation Minister Letpao Haokip in the presence of community leaders on Tuesday.  

Speaking on the occasion, Letpao Haokip talked on the importance of developing the road and transport infrastructure at the international border town such as Moreh.

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He recalled that PWD Minister Govindas Konthoujam had visited the town and inspected the road conditions. He added that the roads and IVR between different villages around Moreh will be developed within three months, regardless of the allocation of funds.

The event was attended by leaders and representatives of Meetei Council Moreh and Turel Wangma Youth Club.

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During the occasion, Letpao Haokip distributed steel plates to the community leaders of Moreh town including Meetei Council Moreh, Hill Tribal Council, Tamil Sangam, Gorkha Samaj Samiti and Manipuri Muslim Council Moreh. He stressed on the harmful effects of non-degradable waste materials, and encouraged the public to avoid using plastic products and use the alternatives such as the steel plates.

He said that the youths of the town will be given training on waste management. The government is planning to supply nursery saplings to the unemployed youths, and implement buyer and seller policy, so that the products of the youths will be benefitted, he added. 

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First published:17 May 2022, 6:36 pm

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MorehRCC BridgeKhujairok Riverletpao Haokip

Tengnoupal Correspondent

Tengnoupal Correspondent

Tengnoupal District

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