Speaking at Go to Hills 2.0 programme organised at Konsa Khul of Kangpokpi district, the Manipur CM said that inclusive development would only be possible only when different communities have respect for one another.
Kangpokpi MLA said that the chief minister during the ‘Go to Hills 2.0’ programme has rightly pointed out that without political stability, government developmental projects cannot be accomplished perfectly.
A consultative meeting resolved to support the decision of ATSUM in boycotting the state government’s ‘Go to Hills 2.0’ until the HAC recommended ADC Bill 2021 is tabled
The Manipur chief minister also declared GI Tagging of ‘Tamenglong Orange’ and declared Kaimai Railway Station as Rani Gaidinliu Railway Station.
A 12-hour bandh has been called in Senapati district, starting from 6 am of Wednesday endorsing the call of the ATSUM to boycott the state’s “Go to Hills 2.0” campaign.
The decision to proceed with the ‘Go to Hills 2.0’ programmes, after aggressive moves to push forward discriminatory and unconstitutional policies, is a direct insult to the tribal and indigenous communities in Manipur, a release stated.
TDPOM said that the mission ‘Go to Hills’ and ‘Go to Village’ are positive steps taken by the government.
The organisations appealed to the chief minister to continue and render his helping hands towards the development of Chandel district.
The chief minister inaugurated and laid foundation stone for a total number of 33 projects worth Rs 42 crore for infrastructural development of Churachandpur district on Monday.
The student body also appealed to the general public not to participate in the upcoming Go to Hills 2.0 which is due for Senapati district.
The Manipur chief minister said that the state government fully supports Article 371 C in hill areas.