Imphal, 09 April 2017 ( Evening News ) : Nungba MLA and former deputy chief minister Gaikhangam today asserted that the 15-year Congress rule under Okram Ibobi will always occupy an important place in the history of Manipur. Speaking at the 47th foundation day celebration of National Student’s Union of India (NSUI), Manipur State at Congress Bhawan, Gaikhangam said a non-congress Govt in the state after 15 years is a great challenge to the congress party. He said the congress came to power in 2002 and for 15 years it provided a stable government and did its best for the development of the state. The congress MLA described the long rule as a rare incident and insisted that it will be etched in the memories of the people for a long time. He claimed that the BJP led Govt will not be able to provide good governance in the state. Gaikhangam also expressed apprehensions that Manipur will be in a mess under the BJP led Govt. He said the BJP should not engage in political propaganda but try to translate their promises into action. Taking advantage of the function, the former deputy chief minister also appealed to the Govt to not treat the women vendors mercilessly and to resolve vendor issue through talks. Bishnupur MLA, Govindas Konthoujam, executive members of MPCC and volunteers of NSUI Manipur State attended the function.
Former deputy chief minister Gaikhangam asserts the 15-year-rule of Congress will occupy an important place in history
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