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Tuesday, 21 September 2021 18:26

MANIPUR'S KUDO PLAYERS FELICITATED

Manipur's players and officials who participated at the 11th National Kudo Championship & 1st Federation Cup 2021 have been felicitated. Kudo International Federation India organised the recently concluded Championship hosted by Himachal Pradesh.

Epa Pokpa Apokpa Ema Malem Apokpi (EPA EMA) Yourabung, Yourabung Village Development Committee (YVDC) and Yourabung Nishaband Meira Paibi (YNMP) jointly organised the fleicitation event at Chingkhei Ningthou Haraobung Yourabung.

It may be mentioned that Manipur secured 7 Gold, 7 Silver, 4 Bronze in the Championship and 7 Gold, 5 Silver and 5 Bronze in the 1st Federation Cup

Around 3 Thousand population of Kadi part 1 to 5 in Tamenglong District are facing hardships due to lack of Health Care Facility, dysfunctional lone Primary School and bad road connectivity

Around 3 thousand villagers of Kadi part 1 to 5 under Tamei Sub-Division in Tamenglong District, which is 116 kilometres away from the Imphal City are deprived of access to health facility. Many lives have lost due to lack of medical facility in the area. There are around 18 villages from Kadi part 1 to 5. Villagers have appealed to State Government to construct a Primary Health Centre in the area without further delay.

Lack of proper infrastructure and adequate teachers in the lone Primary School in the area has compelled villagers to send their children to far off places for schooling with much hardships. The lone Primary school in the area remains a namesake school without any teacher nor staff. Above all, the school lacks sanitation facility and staff quarter.

Road connectivity from Kadi part 1 to part 4 is also in a deplorable condition. One cannot even set foot on the road leading to District Headquarter after a slight rainfall bringing much plights to the villagers especially in times of medical emergencies. Construction of the road under PMGSY started sometime back but it remains incomplete. Grasses have even started sprouting on some portion of the blacktopped road.

It is high time, Government's 'Go To Hills' and 'Go To Village' missions reach to Kadi Villagers.

Thursday, 02 September 2021 19:09

MANIPUR GOVT DIDN'T BLACK MARKET UREA: O. LUKHOI

Agriculture Minister Oinam Lukhoi refutes allegations against Manipur Government of black marketing urea as baseless;  Tangkhul Naga Long refutes former union minister Jairam Ramesh’s statement on urea being diverted to hill areas in Manipur for poppy cultivation

Agriculture Minister Oinam Lukhoi has refuted all allegations charged against Manipur Government of black marketing urea as baseless. Speaking to media at his secretariat office in Imphal today, Minister O. Lukhoi termed it unfortunate that some people are blaming the state government without proper knowledge. He said, Sugnu MLA K. Ranjit’s recent remarks about improper distribution of urea came out of sheer lack of knowledge on the matter.

The minister said, MLA K. Ranjit has stated that 8 Thousand 832 urea bags are required for Sugnu Assembly Constituency but as per a survey, the constituency requires more than 9 thousand bags. He said that the Department has already allocated 10 thousand 505 urea bags for Sugnu Constituency through the local MLA, CSO and District Agriculture Officer. He added that the department is carrying out mobile distribution of 300 bags of urea under the supervision of District Agriculture Officer for Sugnu Constituency tomorrow. Hence, a total of 10 thousand 805 bags have been allocated for Sugnu, which is 2 thousand bags of urea more than required.

Minister Oinam Lukhoi maintained that the agriculture department has already provided 65 thousand 100 bags of urea for Thoubal and Kakching Districts out of the required 64 thousand 500. Taking part in the press meet, Agriculture Director Kh. Lalmani said that Manipur has received the same quota of urea as in the previous years. He said, Centre has provided urea for both hills and valley farmers, adding that 26 thousand 100 bags of urea have been already provided for farmers in the hills. The Director also clarified that there is no misuse of urea for poppy cultivation. 

Meanwhile, Tangkhul Naga Long, TNL refuted former union minister, Jairam Ramesh’s statement on urea being diverted to hill areas in Manipur for poppy cultivation. The hill based civil body issued a press release today criticising Jairam’s remark as very misleading and far from truth. TNL refuted his assertions stating 'hill people of Ukhrul and Kamjong districts and its areas are not 'lawless people', and such uninvited derogatory remarks may not be passed on us for political mileage and to tarnish the image of the hill people.' It maybe mentioned that the senior INC leader on his twitter post on August 31 accused the BJP-led government in Manipur of diverting urea supply meant for farmers to opium fields, thereby boosting the poppy cultivation.

MMA fighter Dinesh Naorem returns home to a rousing reception; Dinesh bagged one Gold and one silver at GAMMA Asian MMA championship 2021

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter from Manipur Dinesh Naorem who bagged a Gold medal and a Silver medal at the GAMMA (Global Association of Martial Arts) Asian MMA Championship 2021 returned home to a rousing welcome today. The Championship was held in Kyrgyzstan from August 24 to 28.

MMA fighter Dinesh Naorem is the eldest child of Naorem Yaima and Naorem ongbi Monbi Devi from Kakching Makha Lou, Manipur. He bagged a Gold Medal in 56.7 Kg category of Mixed Martial Arts MMA and a Silver in the Striking MMA event of the recently concluded championship.

Kakching Runners and Agenda Kakching (Whatsapp Group) members gave him a warm reception at the Imphal International Airport and headed together for his hometown this afternoon. Overjoyed residents of his birthplace, friends and fans came out on streets with shouts of joy and garlanded him.

CPI Manipur stands for free & fair election and against party hopping, says L. Sotinkumar

The 73rd Foundation Day of Communist Party of India (CPI), Manipur State Council was celebrated at Irawat Bhawan, BT Road in Imphal today. Party leaders, members, workers and supporters attended the event held by adhering to COVID-19 SOPs in a subdued manner. Attendees paid floral tributes to the bust of Lamyanba Hijam Irawat to mark the day.

Speaking at the event, Secretary of Communist Party of India, Manipur Laishram Sotinkumar said, Communist Party, a party based on Marxism and Leninism has been striving for the welfare of the public. He said that the party stands for a better state and for the rights of farmers following the footsteps of Lamyanba Hijam Irawat. Praising the late leader for his immense contribution in emancipating the state from feudalism of the colonial era, Laishram Sotinkumar said, 'Words will not be enough to describe Hijam Irawat's role in making Manipur an autonomous state".

Regarding the upcoming 2022 State Assembly Election, the CPI Manipur Secretary said that the party stands for free and fair election and against party hopping. He said the party will definitely field candidates to contest in the election.

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