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Minister Nemcha Kipgen makes clarion call for development through cooperatives

The Manipur cooperation minister attended the inaugural function of Bharathimanass Agriculture Co-operative Ltd & Bharathimanass Labour and Construction Co-operative Ltd held on Friday

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 24 Sept 2022, 5:05 am

(PHOTO: DIPR)
(PHOTO: DIPR)

Manipur Cooperation Minister Nemcha Kipgen while highlighting that Manipur has over 12,000 Cooperative Societies, makes a clarion call for development in the state by strengthening the cooperative sector.

This was stated by the minister while attending the inaugural function of Bharathimanass Agriculture Co-operative Ltd & Bharathimanass Labour and Construction Co-operative Ltd held on Friday at Imphal Peace Museum, Maibam Lotpa Ching.

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Minister Nemcha informed the gatherings that the state government continues to strive for the improvement of the cooperative scenario of the state. 

Proposals have already been submitted for the scheme of Integrated Cooperative Development Project (ICDP) to the National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC). The ICDP scheme was introduced for development of the district through cooperative efforts in the area of agriculture and allied sectors like fishery, poultry, handloom, rural industries, livestock, consumers etc.

She urged all the cooperative societies in the state to work with sheer dedication and sincerity for successful implementation of the schemes.

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Minister Nemcha further appealed all to join hands to make Manipur, a model cooperative state with an objective to improve the economy of the state through cooperative sectors.

Registrar of cooperative A Valentina and concerned officials also attended the function.

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