Imphal: Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh on Monday launched new schemes and projects as part of fulfillment of 100 day Action Points for first 100 days of the his government at the City Convention Centre here.
Biren said the political leaders can enjoy their life, doing normal things but it will not solve the problems of people.
Politicians and bureaucrats should work hard to provide a meaningful life to the people, he said. He continued at the end of 100-days, the government will announce the target for One-Year of government.
The government is not for any community but for all the people and the government wants people to stop drug trade, poppy plantation and protection of land. People were evicted by following the laid down rules and all people who have encroached on protected and government land will be evicted one after another, he said.
The government is mulling the possibility of building multistorey buildings to rehabilitate landless people, he said.
During the function, laying of Foundation Stones and distribution of various schemes/ projects/ benefits amounted to a total of Rs. 211 crore.
The Chief Minister said projects worth Rs. 176.72 crore were inaugurated, Rs. 3.28 crores worth benefits will be provided to beneficiaries, foundation stones were laid for projects worth Rs. 19 crore and training skilling were provided for Rs. 11.50 crores.
Under Veterinary and Animal Husbandry department, 25 Veterinary Hospitals and 58 dispensaries at different locations were virtually inaugurated. The Chief Minister also virtually laid the Foundation Stone for construction of two new Government IIT under Enhancing Skill Development Infrastructure (ESDI) at Noney and Pherzawl under the Labour Department and inaugurated four 2×5 MVA, 33/11 kV Sub-Station at Wangjing and Heirok in Thoubal District, Leimapokpam in Bishnupur District and Hiyangthang in Imphal West and Heingang in Imphal East.
Under the Social Welfare department, the Chief Minister distributed benefits to 16,000 beneficiaries under Manipur Old Age Pension (Eight beneficiaries in function) and to 10,000 beneficiaries of the Chief Minister’s Widow Pension Scheme (beneficiaries in the function).
Biren also inaugurated Fish Hatcheries under Blue Revolution at Nambol, Re-circulatory Aquaculture System at Imphal West and distributed Water & Soil Testing Kits to 50 fish farmers (10 beneficiaries in the function) under the Fisheries department. Under the Tourism department, a Start Course on Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition will be started and also launched Tourism policy and Tourism calendar.
The Chief Minister further inaugurated 15 PMGSY Roads at Blocks by BDOs under Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, 475 Wells under PMKSY, HKKP GW under Minor Irrigation and Establishment of Sponsored Research and Industrial Consultancy under Manipur Technical University and 50 schools under School Fagathansi under Education Department.
Under the DP and AR, Integrated Training framework and Calendar was also launched, IT Sector Skill Development programme was launched under Information Technology. Industry lInked Training in the IT/ITES sector for 2000 trainees was also started.
The Chief Minister also distributed Tablets to teachers under Star Education programme and tablets to students under Statewide Integrated Education management System and Digital Learning Platform.
Further the Chief Minister flagged off 120 students for industry linked training in IT/ITES Sector at Guwahati.
Union Minister of State for Education and External Affairs Dr. R.K. Ranjan, called upon the government to start digging pond, utilize the facilities provided by the government.