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Outreach programme held at Moirang College

Later, students were urged to download and play mobile game Azadi Quest where unsung heroes of India’s freedom struggle are found.

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Imphal: A one-day Integrated Communication and Outreach Programme (ICOP) on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, eight years of  Seva, Sushasan and Garib Kalyan was organized by Central Bureau of Communication, Regional Office, Imphal at Moirang College, Bishnupur District, Manipur.

Kh. Jugindro Singh, the Principal of the college, presided over the event.

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Speaking as a resource person, Assistant Prof, Deptt. of History, Moirang College, K. Kiranjit Singh, urged the audience not to forget the Late M. Ahanbi Singh of Moirang who along with B. Balhav Sharma, Salam Yaima of Imphal, M. Chaoba of Keirao went to Mandalay, Burma to join the Indian National Army movement and was later arrested by the British. 

Names like Kiyam Gopal Singh, K. Kanglen and M. Mani Singh who were instrumental in raising the INA Flag at Moirang with Colonel Shaukat Malik and H. Nilamani, L. Sanaba are few names unknown and forgotten but found on record as the Freedom Fighter of Manipur.

Second resource person, Assistant Prof, Dept of Economics, Moirang College, S. Prakash Singh explained elaborately the Panch Pran goal for the next 25 years so as to make India top three economic power by 2047.

Later, students were urged to download and play mobile game Azadi Quest where unsung heroes of India’s freedom struggle are found. An on the spot quiz contest was organized and prizes distributed to the winners.

All participants were also provided certificates. Private Registered Troupes(PRT) of CBC, RO, Imphal, namely M/S Thoibi Thang-Ta Cultural Association, Okshongbung presented a Thang-ta show and other cultural activities, stated a  press note issued by the programe-in-charge CBCRO, Thokchom Anthony.

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