Villages Key To Manipur’s Development: CM Biren Singh

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Monday visited Teinem Village under Lungchong Maiphei Block of Ukhrul district to attend the state government’s community outreach programme organised by the District Administration, Ukhrul at LM Block Office Complex.

With this, he has become the first chief minister, who has visited the interior village located at a distance of around 80 km from the state capital. Rajya Sabha MP Sanajaoba Leishemba and Loktak Development Authority chairman L Sushindro accompanied the chief minister.

At a meeting in the village, Biren Singh said that development of Manipur will only be possible when its villages develop.

A model village with basic infrastructures will be set up in every district so that different villages can use it as a reference for further development.


The chief minister also announced that Kachai village of the district has been proposed to be set up as a model village, considering its importance in the production of the renowned Kachai Lemon.

Asserting that his politics is purely based on humanitarian services, he added that there are lots of underdeveloped areas in far-flung areas of the state and his government has been working hard to bring about inclusive and sustainable development in every nook and cranny of the state and ease various problems faced by the people of Manipur irrespective of caste and region.

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