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Go to Hills 2.0 - Chief Minister inaugurated various infrastructural and developmental projects

Manipur

September 14, 2021

(DIPR, MANIPUR): Continuing the State Government’s initiative
of door-to-door delivery of services and benefits of various welfare schemes to
people of hill districts, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh today visited
Chakpikarong, Chandel District in connection with the Go to Hills 2.0 Mission of
Chandel and Tengnoupal Districts. The programme was organised by the District
Administration, Chandel at Chakpikarong Public Ground. 


On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated various infrastructural and
developmental projects for Chandel and Tengnoupal districts. The projects
consisted of District Transport Office, Chandel, Development works at the
Historical site of Ibudhou Wangbrel, PSA Oxygen Plant of 500 LPM at Chandel and
of 250 LPM at Tengnoupal, 250 LPM PSA Oxygen Plant (PMCARES) of Sub-District
Hospital, Moreh, Sajik Tampak PHC Building, Geriatic ward at Chandel District
Hospital, Institutional Building at PHC Sajik Tampak, Sadbhava Mandap at
Khenjoy, Augmentation of Water Supply Scheme at Kapaam (Komlathabi) (0.050
MLD), Retrofitting of Water Supply Scheme at L. Bongjol (0.015 MLD), Modi
(0.015 MLD) and Tuikong (0.007 MLD), Augmentation of Water Supply Scheme at
Kwatha (0.032 MLD), Saibol (0.032 MLD), Khudei Khullen (0.032 MLD), Aimol
Kombirei (0.032 MLD) and Kangsang and its surrounding areas (0.08 MLD),
Culture Preservation and Promotion Centre at Moldennom Village and Guest
House at Saivom Village, Tengnoupal District etc.


He also laid foundation stones for five projects taken up under different
Departments costing Rs. 29.58 crore. The projects were Construction of 100 ft
Bailey Bridge over Khaoidung on the road from New Somtal to Moreh,
construction of road from T06-Sugnu Tribal to Thungcheng via Christian School,
construction of 60 ft Bailey Bridge over Chayang Sanathong Lok on the road from
Leingang Ching to Chothe, construction of 150 ft Bailey Bridge (TSR) over Chakpi

River at Mantri Pantha, Chandel District and Ekalavya Model Residential School
(EMRS) at Beru Pam, Wangkhera Village, Chandel.

Addressing the gathering, Shri N. Biren Singh expressed thankfulness to the
people gathered at the Chakpikarong Public Ground for the warm welcome and
hospitality extended to him and other officials on their visit to the district.
Recalling the very day when he announced the Go to Hills Mission for the first
time on March 15, 2017, he stated that he had always thought of the necessity of
different communities living together with mutual respect since his early days as a
politician. He also added that the State Government had been setting up various
infrastructures such as setting up of Oxygen Plants, Trauma Centre etc, in hill
districts considering the hardship faced by the people while accessing healthcare
facilities earlier.

Maintaining that the State Government had always been working within
the ambit of the Constitution of India, Shri N. Biren Singh urged the public to give
constructive criticism with regard to any activities of Government and refrain
from negative views hindering the developmental works taken up for the welfare
of the public. He continued that the Go to Hills 2.0 had been organised to deliver
the benefits of certain welfare schemes to the beneficiaries directly to their
doorsteps, easing the hardship faced by the beneficiaries in accessing the
benefits, avoiding middleman to take away the benefits wrongfully. The
Government is planning to achieve coverage of tap water supply to 80 percent
households of the State by the end of this year, he added.

He informed that projects worth Rs. 534.47 crore are ongoing in Chandel
and Tengnoupal Districts which are set to complete by the year end while projects
worth Rs. 425.55 crore had already been completed. He assured that the
Government would bring out a white paper on the funds invested in every hill
district during the last 10 years very soon. He further informed that a coaching
class for UPSC Civil Services Examination would be conducted soon at State
Academy of Training, Takyelpat with a total cost of around Rs 2.8 crore where
faculties from Delhi will directly come to the State and take classes and added
that aspirants from hill districts should also take benefits of the coaching class.

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