71st Independence Day: Manipur to complete “unfinished” work of previous government

71st Independence Day: Manipur to complete “unfinished” work of previous government

IMPHAL (INDIA):┬áManipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh today said his government was making progress in several areas and giving priority to complete the “unfinished” task of the previous government.nnWhile unfurling the National Tri-colour at the main function at the 1st Manipur Rifles parade ground, the chief minister assured the people that development work will be done in both hills and valley areas of Manipur.nnThe state government, he said, is giving priority to “complete the unfinished task of the previous government.” Emphasising the need for better road connectivity within the state and upgrading the national highways at the earliest, he said that the government cannot stand alone without the people s assistance.nnAnnouncing implementation of several schemes meant for development in the field of education and health sectors, Biren acknowledged the need of developing the Indo-Myanmar border town of Moreh.nnThe chief minister received salute from 44 contingents representing the state police, Manipur Rifles, fire services, BSF, CRPF amongst others.nnThe chief minister gave medals to police officers for distinguished and meritorious services and awarded trophies of commendation in community police to Thoubal superintendent of police K Meghachandra, Imphal East SPnnKabib for Anti-drug campaign.nnIndependence Day was also observed in all the district headquarters and sub-divisions without reports of any untoward incident.nnOpposition Congress too observed the day at their party office in Imphal town.nnSource: Press Trust of India

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