Congress led government brought peace and development to state asserts works minister

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IMPHAL, June 12: A community hall cum bazaar shed at Waikhong bazaar, which was constructed under the Manipur Development Society (MDS) with a total cost of Rs. 9 lakhs was inaugurated by the works minister K Ranjit Singh. 

The inaugural function was also attended by Heiyanglam assembly constituency MLA E. Dwijamani who is also the chairman of Manipur state pollution control board, and Dy. Speaker Th Lokeshore and MLA E. Suraj Singh.

Speaking at the function, works minister K Ranjit Singh said that the Congress led government will bring only peace and development in the state and the country.

He maintained that regular payment of state employees’ salaries is one of the main achievements of the Congress led government during its last nine years of rule.

Taking up where the Chief Minister left yesterday during a reception ceremony, the works minister further added that in order to bring an equal development in both the hill and the valley districts of the state, the SPF government is taking up a series of developmental works in the state.

Further speaking at the function, he declared that a congressman will not follow nepotism regarding developmental works in the state.

Citing the recent ban of Th Muivah from entering the state as an example he stated that the congress is not interested only in power but in the general welfare of the state and its people.

With the general elections stated to be held early next year in the state, the works minister also stated that he hoped that the general public will bring back the party which has brought development and peace in the state.

The inauguration ceremony was also attended by PWD engineers, block congress committee officials and pradhans of the area.

In the meantime works minister K. Ranjit further started the 3rd Tampha Lairembi State Level Mukna Tournament 2011 organized by the Wangoo Tampha Lairembi Mukna Association under the supervision of All Manipur Mukna Association at Wangoo this evening.

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