AR constructs community hall at Makuilongdi village

AR constructs community hall at Makuilongdi village
AR personnel with local leaders at the new Makuilongi Multipurpose Community Hall.
DIMAPUR, JUN 15 | Publish Date: 6/15/2019 11:36:10 AM IST

A Multi-purpose Community Hall at Makuilongdi village, Senapati District, Manipur was constructed under the Army Civic Action Plan was inaugurated on June 15 by GK Mahindra, Commanding Officer (CO) 34-Assam Rifles, Maram presided by Athuan Abuanmai, President, Zeliangrong Baudi, Assam, Manipur and Nagaland in the presence of leaders of Zeliangrong Civil Organizations i.e. Zeliangrong Baudi, Zeliangrong Youth Front, Zeliangrong Student’s Union, senior social leaders, Chairman and other members of the Village Authority, elders, Women’s society and villagers. A press release by the information and publicity cell, Zeliangrong Civil Organizations stated that the 

Commanding Officer who spoke on the programme as the chief guest said peace and development is a must for social progress, for which the social leaders and general public should extend necessary cooperation and support and have confidence on the  army who are discharging their duties for the security of the people and appealed to Zeliangrong people to maintain unity and harmony for social progress. 

He also said that the army is ready to extend necessary assistance for the welfare of the people under the army Civil Action Plan. The President of Zeliangrong Baudi, Assam, Manipur and Nagaland on behalf of the Zeliangrong people, expressed immense appreciation and gratitude to the Army authority  and to commanding officer of Assam Rifles and his team for doing the needful of the people and understanding their problem and inconveniences. He also said the Multi-purpose Community Hall will be very helpful and relieve the difficulties of the people in days to come.

The release further stated that leaders of Zeliangrong Civil Organizations have been pressurizing the state government to create an administrative block in Makuilongdi village and even requested the army and Assam Rifles to construct the said Multi-purpose Community Hall and a Guest House at Makuilongdi village at the earliest under any available scheme of army considering the urgent need of the villagers in particular and Zeliangrong people in general.

The release alleged that many successive governments in the past had “failed to feel the pulse and sentiment of the Zeliangrong people who are living in Makuilongdi village which is one of the oldest village in the North eastern region whose descendants have scattered in large and wide in the different states.”

The release also stated that The Zeliangrong Civil Organizations have high hopes that the State and central government will prioritize the under-developed Makuilongdi village and periphery surrounding villages and include them in their development policies and plan.  It hoped the army will continue to extend necessary assistance and help the people for development of the areas in the future.

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