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CM INAUGURATES POLICE GUEST HOUSE, LIBRARY

Published on Mon, 04 Jan, 2021 Press Release
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Imphal, January 4, 2021 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh today inaugurated Police Guest House and Modernized District Library located at Churachandpur District headquarters through video conferencing.

Singhat AC MLA and MANIREDA Chairman Shri Ginsuanhau Zou unveiled the inauguration plaques and cut the ribbon on behalf of the Chief Minister. At the Cabinet Hall of Chief Minister’s Secretariat, Imphal, Public Health Engineering Minister Shri L. Dikho, Education Minister Shri S. Rajen, TA & Hills Minister Shri Vungzagin Valte, Chief Secretary Dr. Rajesh Kumar, DGP Shri L.M. Khaute and other senior police officers were also seated alongside the Chief Minister to attend the function. At Churachandpur, former Minister and Churachandpur AC MLA Shri V. Hangkhanlian, Churachandpur DC Shri Pawan Yadav, SP Smt. Amrita Sinha and other district level officers were present.

Speaking at the occasion, Shri N. Biren Singh said, next to Imphal, Churachandpur has become an important destination in different aspects. Stating that the second State Government-run Medical College is being set up in the district, the Chief Minister expressed hope that it would bring positive changes in terms of human resource development for the district in particular and for the State in general. The Chief Minister also said that the State Government had recently sanctioned funds for the construction of museums for 37 different communities.

He also expressed satisfaction on inaugurating the renovated District Library, stating that libraries are the houses of knowledge. No one can advance in life without knowledge, he observed. The Chief Minister also mentioned about the need to keep one good library each in all the districts.

Shri N. Biren Singh also congratulated the DC and SP of the district for their exemplary works. He lauded their yeoman service in destroying poppy plants and maintaining good relation with the public. He also asked them to keep constant touch with elected leaders and civil society organizations.