PM to dedicate 10 projects, gift few others: CM
IMPHAL, 30th Dec: Chief minister N Biren Singh has stated that preparations are on in full swing for the Prime Minister’s visit to the State on January 4, 2019. He highlighted that the Prime Minister would be inaugurating around 10 projects and also be laying foundation stones for various projects in the state during his visit.
Regarding the declaration of recruitment result of Manipur Police constables recently, chief minister clarified that the government acted as per the directives of the High Court of Manipur to declare the result of the DPC of Manipur Police Constables 2013 and there is no question of declaring result of the DPC Manipur Police Constables 2016 which was quashed by the Court. He further mentioned that the state cabinet would discuss and consider sympathetically for those candidates who had appeared in the 2016 recruitment in the future recruitment. Speaking to media persons on the sidelines of assessing construction of Civil Secretariat at Mantripukhri in Imphal East district on Sunday, CM Biren maintained that the inspection is not related to the PM’s visit but to make sure that the project is inaugurated before the election code of conduct comes into effect. Informing that around 150 labourers are working at present and another 100 labourers would also be engaged within a week to speed up the construction work, he also mentioned that the government is trying its best to complete the work within February 2019.
Clarifying on the media report regarding the allegations in the recruitment in Manipur Pollution Control Board, the CM said that all the decision regarding number of posts to be recruited or any other projects are taken up at the cabinet meet after proper discussion. Even so, the government would look into the matter and if any discrepancies are found in the said recruitment then the government would not be hesitate to cancel the appointment of various posts, he added.
The CM also assessed condition of the traffic island at Khongnang Ani Karak, Chingmeirong which is going to be removed soon. He also inspected the preparation work at Hapta Kangjeibung, Imphal East where the Prime Minister would be addressing the public during his visit. The Chief Minister was accompanied by works minister Th Biswajit, MLA Ksh Biren, Chief Secretary Dr J Suresh Babu, PWD Chief Engineer PWD Kh Temba Singh and other officials.