Any issue can be resolved through dialogue: CM
IMPHAL | Sept 25 : Chief minister, N. Biren Singh has called out to the stakeholders and student organisations to come forward for dialogue to find amicable solution to the MU crisis and said that any issue can be resolved through dialogue.
The CM was speaking as chief guest at the inauguration of Main Building Complex of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Utlou, Bishnupur district today.
He said the bandhs and general strikes severely affect the lives of the common people of the state. He mentioned that such situation also portrays Manipur in bad light to the outside world.
“We need to stop supporting bandh culture being called out for some vested interest in the state. Now, it’s time to analyse and digest the negative impacts of bandhs and general strikes to the state and people. We should conduct a mass campaign against the misuse of students in bandhs, general strikes and other issues,” said Biren.
Mentioning that the people have experienced the good governance in the state, he stated that the government is for the people. The government has able to improve the police-public relationship in the state, he added.
He appealed the people to extend their co-operation and help in bringing positive change in the state as the present government has brought visible changes so far. According to NABARD, in the last 18 months, there is economic boom in the state with a steep increase from 10 percent to 200 percent in economic activities, he added.
The CM reiterated that with the introduction of ‘Go to Village’ mission, various government services are being made available at the people’s doorsteps. Out of 2,660 census villages, around 1,600 villages have been covered in the go to village camps.
“The present government has initiated various people oriented schemes for the welfare of the people. Helicopter services have been started to provide better connectivity between various places of the state. Moreover, direct flight service between Imphal and New Delhi has been introduced,” said Biren.
The function was also attended by former Union minister, government of India, Th. Chaoba Singh, chairman of Manipur Pollution Control Board, L. Radhakishore, chairman of Tourism Corporation of Manipur, Sapam Ranjan, chairman of PDA, T. Robindro Singh, director of PDDUIAS, R.K. Imotomba Singh and others.
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