Imphal, 15 October 2017 ( Evening News ) : Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren today listened to the complaints and grievances of the people on the 6th Meeyamgi Numit held at Chief Minister’s Secretariat. Hundreds of people turned up to share their grievances with the Chief Minister. Biren gave priority to differently-abled persons, widows and old-aged people. He personally attended to around 200 complaints and met nearly one thousand people from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Unlike previous Meeyamgi Numit, the Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) organised public screening of films and documentaries highlighting the achievements and new developments in the State including the achievements in the 100 days of the government. Health Department officials were deputed at CM’s Secretariat for the day to attend to the people, who seek medical assistance, reimbursement and health care in Government medical hospitals. Officials of Manipur State Co-operative Bank Ltd, Education (S), Youth Affairs and Sports, Minority and Other Backward Classes, Social Welfare and Police Departments and Manipur State Illness Assistance Fund were also deputed at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat to attend to the grievances of people. Taking advantage of the day, representatives of Film Forum Manipur submitted a memorandum to the chief minister urging him to implement Manipur State Cine Policy to develop Manipuri Cinema. Chairman of Film Forum Manipur, S. Mangoljao expressed happiness that the chief minister has assured them of looking into their demands. Mangoljao said although there is a director of Manipur Film Institute, classes have not begun causing inconveniences to the students. A woman identified as Chungkham Chaobi from Thongju collapsed and was treated by the Medical Team. A diabetic and kidney patient she had come to seek the chief minister’s help for her medical treatment outside the state. The chief minister directed the officials to admit her to RIMS or JNIMS.
6th Meeyamgi Numit held at Chief Minister’s Secretariat
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