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Saturday, 19 March 2016 13:28

BJP MANIPUR ALLEGES GAP BETWEEN BRO & GOVT.

IMPHAL, 19 MARCH 2016: A team of members of Bharatiya Janata Party, Manipur Pradesh yesterday inspected the Barak and Makru Bridges along the Imphal-Jiribam road. The team also met Commanding Officer, Border Road Organisation, RK Garg at Noney. During the inspection, the team found many loopholes and communication gap between the BRO and Manipur govt regarding the Barak bridge. It may be mentioned that, BRO officials in September last year had given assurance to the state Govt to complete Barak Bridge within two months.The CO, BRO RK Garg however clarified that the delay in the bridge construction was due to shortage of stock materials. He maintained that currently there is enough stock and the bridge will be completed very soon. However the CO failed to give a specific time frame. Speaking to media BJP Manipur Pradesh spokesperson, RK Shivachandra it is shocking to learn that vehicles with 24 ton load are not allowed to pass bailey bridge in Barak and Makru. He also said the innocence maintained by state Govt on artificial price hike of essential items and unnecessary hardship facing the people is unfortunate. He maintained that the govt must not remain silent when despite assurance by BRO officials nothing has been done on the bridge. RK Shivachandra added that, BJP Manipur will apprise the Ministry concerned of the current situation.

IMPHAL : Relatives of late Laishram Romita, owner of Ningthibi Restaurant stormed Raj Medicity located at North AOC today alleging carelessness and shouted slogans against the hospital. Staff of the hospital blocked the irate protestors following which scuffles broke out between the protestors and staff. Police personnel rushed to the scene and put the situation under control. Sister of Romita, Ksh Tembi told media that Romita lost her life due to the negligence of the doctors. --Raj Medicity VO, SOT1 1803

IMPHAL : Students of National Institute of Technology, NIT Manipur, organised Swachh Bharat Campaign yesterday as part of the cultural and technical festival OUGRI 2016. The campaign was held in the streets of Ima Keithel. In an effort to spread the message of cleanliness among the general public, the students  cleaned the roads in Paona and Thangal Bazar. More than 50 students took part in the campaign supervised by the OUGRI 2016 Faculty In Charge Dr. Ngangbam Romeji Singh.

IMPHAL : Students of National Institute of Technology, NIT Manipur, organised Swachh Bharat Campaign yesterday as part of the cultural and technical festival OUGRI 2016. The campaign was held in the streets of Ima Keithel. In an effort to spread the message of cleanliness among the general public, the students  cleaned the roads in Paona and Thangal Bazar. More than 50 students took part in the campaign supervised by the OUGRI 2016 Faculty In Charge Dr. Ngangbam Romeji Singh.

Friday, 18 March 2016 12:28

SIT IN PROTEST

Imphal, 17 March 2016 : Association of All Manipur Unreserved Waiting List Candidates for Primary Teachers, 2006 today staged a sit-in demanding their rights to employment at Keishampat Lairembi Community Hall. They demanded that the govt fulfil the order of the High Court of Manipur to issue appointment order to 81 candidates who were in the waiting list of the recruitment of Primary Teachers held in 2006. Members of the Association, Candidates and their families took part in the sit-in. The Association also submitted a memorandum to the authority concerned urging to appoint the 81 candidates in unreserved waiting list as 242 OBC candidates who were included in the notification of the recruitment were already appointed.

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