From Our Correspondent
JIRIBAM, July 15: The Jiribam District Demand Committee (JDDC) has demanded the report of District Reorganization and Police Boundary Committee constituted by the state government in connection with the establishment of separate revenue districts of Sadar Hills and Jiribam.
Speaking to media persons today at the office of Jiribam Ima Meira Paibee Apunba Lup, JDDC convenor M Maipaksana stated that the JDDC and the state government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) containing 11 points on November 9, 2011, however, the state government has failed to implement the points of MoU.
He further questioned the state government of the present status of the District Reorganization and Police Boundary Committee and demanded the government to present the committee report before the JDDC.
Maipaksana maintained that the transfer of legal power of Deputy Commissioner to Additional Deputy Commissioner and that of Superintendent of Police to Additional Superintendent Police have not been implemented by the state government so far. The district library and other offices of a district have also not been constructed by the state government, he noted.
The JDDC will also submit a memorandum as a reminder to the state government tomorrow. JDDC president Th Jini, advisor S Mangi and Jaminikanta also attended the press meet.