Northeast

Separate land policy for hill districts will be introduced: CM Biren

Manipur Vision 2047: Due to the lack of proper planning in the past, Manipur could not make equal progress in a timely manner. However, the ‘Manipur Vision 2047’ will help in making development with ease, Chief Minister N Biren Singh said.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 1 Jul 2022, 3:04 pm

(PHOTO: Twitter)
(PHOTO: Twitter)

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh has raised concerns that no equal development could be made between the hills and valley due to lack of policies and announced that a separate land policy for hill districts will be introduced in the upcoming Manipur Legislative Assembly which is to be held in July.

Biren was speaking at the unveiling of ‘Manipur Vision 2047’ at CM Secretariat on Wednesday.

Advertisement

In the next 25 years under ‘Manipur Vision 2047’, various developmental works, including construction of ring road for valley area, roads connecting border areas of Manipur by passing through entire headquarters of hill districts etc. will be taken up, he said.

Due to the lack of proper planning in the past, Manipur could not make equal progress in a timely manner. However, the ‘Manipur Vision 2047’ will help in making development with ease, he said.

Advertisement

In five districts for the valley areas, the state cabinet has given approvals under the MLR Act and further made resolutions for introducing separate land policies.

A meeting was conducted along with the MLAs of hill districts and discussions were held to introduce a separate land policy for hill districts, he said. With the help of India Infrastructure Finance Company (IIFC), the vision will be fulfilled, he added. 

Advertisement

First published:29 Jun 2022, 7:39 pm

Tags:

N Biren Singhland policyManipur Vision 2047

IFP Bureau

IFP Bureau

IMPHAL, Manipur

Advertisement

Top Stories

Loading data...
Advertisement

IFP Exclusive

Loading data...
Advertisement

Feedback

Have a complaint, a suggestion or just some feedback about our content? Please write to onlineifp@gmail.com and we’ll do our best to address it.