Manipur Governor La Ganesan, Chief Minister N Biren, health minister, education minister and minister for textiles, commerce and industry and cooperation extended warm greetings to the people of the state on the occasion of New Year 2023.
The Governor in his message stated, “New Year for making new resolutions. As we enter 2023 let us resolve to work together for creating harmony and perfect peace in all parts of Manipur during the coming year”. “I join the people of Manipur in celebrating New year Day 2023 and hope that the coming year will be much better and more prosperous as compared to all the previous years”.
CM Biren in his message recalled the achievements by the government, “The year 2022 was a year of progress and achievement for the state of Manipur. Several development projects were taken up in different sectors including health, education, roads, start ups and sports among others. The state government, considering the importance of the well being of the people has also developed amusement parks, open gyms and Kangla nongpok torban. After a gap of two years, Manipur Sangai Festival 2022 was held in a grandeur manner in different venues across the state, along with the inauguration of Sangai Ethnic park”.
In his message he acknowledged the mass support from different communities towards the government’s war on drugs campaign and people’s trust in the public administration.
“As our country has assumed the presidency for G20 with the state hosting an event during February 2023, let us grasp the opportunity to showcase our potentials and move towards further development. As the year 2023 dawns, I seek the cooperation and support of my people in the State Government’s effort to make Manipur a world class tourist destination and in attaining self reliance”. CM Biren said in his message.
Health Minister Sapam Ranjan in his message stated that, “New year is a time to replicate and recommence our commitment towards peace and a progressive society, with the coming of the New year 2023, may all the people living together in the state blessed with full of joy, happiness, prosperity, peace and brotherhood”.
Education Minister Th. Basanta Kumar said that may this new year 2023 bring peace, happiness, good health and prosperity to our state and in our personal lives. “Let us look forward to this new year with renewed opportunities, resolutions and promise” he added in his message.
Minister for textiles, commerce and industry and Co-operation Nemcha Kipgen in her message said, let us all welcome the New year with an open heart and mind and resolve to promote the sense of brotherhood, peaceful co-existence and relationship to build a harmonious state.
“New year’s is a time to reflect on the previous year and celebrate the arrival of a new one. It’s also a time to share the feelings of love and oneness with everyone in our life”, she added in her message.