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Manipur Chief Minister, labour minister acknowledge support of working class

Manipur Chief Minister, labour minister acknowledge support of working class
N Biren Singh
Correspondent IMPHAL, Apr 30 | Publish Date: 4/30/2020 9:59:33 AM IST
Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh and labour minister Dr Th Radheshyam expressed gratitude for the cooperation rendered to the government by the working class people to check spread of COVID-19, in their messages on the eve of May Day.
In his message, the chief minister claimed government receiving full cooperation from the working class people to the steps taken to check spread of the contagion in the country.
“I am grateful to the working class, wage earners and bread earners, who have been giving 100% cooperation to the steps taken up by the government to come out of this crisis even as they face economic hardships head-on with resilience and fortitude,” Singh said in his message. The chief minister asserted that the country was going through an emergency healthcare challenge arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Government was compelled to take stringent measures affecting economic and social spheres of life to shield the people from morbidity and mortality of the pandemic.
The chief minister further thanked good Samaritans, CSOs, social workers and the common man who came out to help labourers, the poor and the needy during the lockdown.
“On this May Day, let us together come out of this healthcare challenge hand-in-hand,” the chief minister added.
Dedicated to the workers, May 1 is being celebrated as Workers’ Day to commemorate the contributions and sacrifices made by them in building the nations.
“Taking the opportunity of the special occasion of workers, I would like to seek physical as well as moral support from every member of the society to win the fight against COVID-19 which can be achieved through strict discipline,” state labour minister Dr Th  Radheshyam stated in his May Day message.
The labour minister said that May Day or Workers’ Day was being celebrated acknowledging priceless contributions of the workers. The working people are the backbone of economy of the state, he added. 
 

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