Adim Pamei: An intending candidate of 11th Manipur Assembly Elections, 2017 for peace, progress, and development
Adim Pamei (Dimngamlung), 49 aged is the son of Late Shri Gingapou Pamei and Smt. Kakakgailu Maringmei Pameipui, Namkaolong Part-II, Khoupum Valley, Tamenglong District, Manipur. He is the youngest son, out of 3 (three) brothers. His siblings are eight (three brothers and five sisters). He married to Smt. Deborah and he has three sons. From his childhood days, he was sincere, obedient, hardworking, talented and always curious to learn new things from all angles. He is an out spoken person and he is committed to any assign work. He believes in Dignity of Labour. He did his schooling from Don Bosco Khoupum, Khoupum Valley, Tamenglong District, Manipur and later on passed his graduation from Laishram Sanoi College, Nambol, Bishnupur District. He was teaching in schools for about 10 years and he was a special contractor of PWD, Manipur. He also served his community for progress and welfare at various capacities as the Chairman of Zeliangrong Youth Front, Nungba Zone, Info. & Publicity Secretary, Zeliangrong Students Union, Khoupum Area, and other organizations.
Adim Pamei was a devoted worker of many national and regional political parties in the past. His activities in various political parties were well-known before he became the member of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Adim Pamei contested the Manipur State Assembly Election in 2012 at Nungba Kendra (ST)-54 and defeated by Shri Gaikhangam, the present honble Deputy Chief Minister of Manipur. Total votes polled were 16844 in Assembly Election (Nungba Kendra) in 2012. Out of that total voter, Adim Pamei secured 6710 voters; Gaikhangam got 9040 voters; and G. Gaingam got 1092 voters respectively.
Adim Pamei is an instrumental person to establish the office of BJP Manipur Pradesh, Nityaipat Chuthek, Imphal through the official agreement between the MSCP office and the BJP office at Imphal. As soon as he became the BJP party member, there are more than 5000 new members enrolled in BJP from Nungba Constituency, Tamenglong District, Manipur.
He held various in-charges of BJP during the recent elections of 2015 and 2016 that included:
? Ticket management/campaigner of Manipurs ADC elections, 2015 that led to the formation of ADC coalition governments at Tamenglong & Senapati Districts of Manipur;
? Election management/campaigner of Manipur state by-elections, 2015, there 2 (two) MLAs of BJP won and opened its account in Manipur Assembly;
? Elections management/campaigner of Municipal Council/Nagar Panchayat elections, 2015. The 86 BJP candidates won in the said elections.
? Elections management/campaigner of Imphal Municipal Corporation (IMC), 2016. Out of 27 Councilors, the BJP candidates managed to secure 10 seats from zero account. Today, the elected Councilors of BJP are opposition party in the IMCs Ministry.
Besides, the party assigned to him to assist the Central BJP leaders visiting the Manipur State and he has been managing the affairs of BJP Manipur Pradesh Office, Imphal, every now and then. Further, he attended more than 50 times in BJPs political meetings/conferences all over the country.
As a devoted party worker, he has been working hard for the BJP Manipur Pradesh to expand and strengthen in every part of the state. His involvements and activities in the party are well recognized by the party workers as well as the public. Adim Pamei belonged to Zeliangrong community, his tribes are living in Tamenglong, Imphal, Churachandpur, Senapati Districts of Manipur and his tribes are also scattered in Nagaland and Assam states. With all these reasons, it seems that the BJP leaders have a great hope on his capabilities and appointed Adim Pamei as the Vice-President of BJP Manipur Pradesh on8th July, 2016.
At present, Shri Adim Pamei, Vice-President of BJP Manipur Pradesh is the intending candidate of 54-Nungba (ST) Constituency, Tamenglong District for the 11th Manipur Assembly elections, 2017. His dearly intentions are to bring drastic change, peace, progress, development and welfare of the state generally and Nungba Kendra in particular.