Road connecting Mao with Dzuko soon: Mnp CM

Correspondent IMPHAL, Dec 9 | Publish Date: 12/9/2020 12:11:05 PM IST
 A 15-km road connecting Mao with Dzuko Valley will be constructed within three-four months, Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh announced, during his visit to Senapati district on Wednesday.
Singh visited Senapati district headquarters and inaugurated eight different projects apart from laying foundation stones for five others in a function held at the mini secretariat complex of the district today.
The road is to be constructed considering the inconveniences being faced by the people of the state while visiting the valley from Nagaland side.
Once the construction of the 15 km road iscompleted, the problem faced by the people of the state in visiting the valley located in the borders of the state of Nagaland and Manipur famous for its scenic beauty will be lessened.
The chief minister also convened a cabinet meeting at the district headquarters marking the resumption of cabinet sitting of the BJP-led government at different districts of the state. 
During the visit, the chief minister further re-launched Pradhan Mantri Bharatiya Jan Aushadhi Pariyojana for Senapati district hospital and handed over an ambulance to the chief medical officer of the district. 
His visit came barely a week after he announced resumption of ‘Go to Hills’ mission while addressing the Emergent Manipur event held at City Convention Centre, Imphal.
Singh along his council of ministers landed at the district headquarters by helipad located at Taphou Naga at around 10.30 am where they were received by Deputy Commissioner Th Kirankumar and other top officials of the district administration. 
The ministerial team was accorded a warm welcome by ministers, top officials of the state government and a large number of people where chief minister inaugurated SDO office at Songsong (Mao), rainwater harvesting structure at Likhuri Kalinamai, transit hostel for doctors and teaches at Senapati, trauma centre at district hospital, health and wellness centre for six different PHCs, blood bank at district hospital, blood storage at sub-district hospital at Mao, Purul Higher Secondary School under School Fagathanasi Mission and office of the deputy general manager of MSPDCL of the district. 
The projects for which foundation stones were laid by the chief minister were 33/11 KV power sub-station at Liyai Khunou, 33/11 KV power sub-station at Oinam, road from Likhamai to Thiwa under PMGSY, work-shed for Senapati District Women’s Association and development works of protected historical site at Makhel village.
Later, Singh reviewed the status and progress of different developmental works, projects and schemes being implemented in the district. 
The chief minister further reviewed the status of different works which he had announced in his earlier visits to the district. 
After perusing the presentations made by the concerned officials, the chief minister directed the officials to expedite the works to be completed within the stipulated dateline. 
After the review meeting, the chief minister chaired the cabinet meeting, the second cabinet meeting held at Senapati district headquarters after Singh became the chief minister of the state.
Later in the afternoon, the chief minister interacted with CSO leaders of the district. 
After listening to their grievances, the chief minister said that the main purpose of his visit was to review various developmental works and schemes implemented in the district. 
During his first visit to the district as a chief minister, Singh said, he had announced to take up various developmental works worth Rs. 202 crore. 
The water supply project being taken up at an estimated cost of Rs 40 crore was now 80% complete, and it was likely to be commissioned by February next year. 
The chief minister further said that the high school located at Katomei would also be upgraded to a full-fledged higher secondary school, for which Rs 1.80 crore has been earmarked.

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