Manipur Chief Minister, N Biren Singh on Wednesday met around 1,500 people and received 493 complaints on Meeyamgi Numit cum Hill Leaders’ Day held at the Chief Minister’s secretariat.
In addition to looking into complaints and grievances of the public, the highlight of the day was presentation of a wheel-chair to a differently- abled woman namely, Kompeimi Raikhan,30, daughter of Chihaningam Raikhan of Mapao Khullen (Chirik) village of Senapati district by the Chief Minister.
Biren Singh also announced that a pension of Rs 1500 per month would also be given to Kompeimi under Chief Minister-gi Sotharabasing-gi Tengbang (CMST) being implemented by the Social Welfare Department.
Huge numbers of people were seen gathering at the gate of Chief Minister’s bungalow from early morning to obtain gate pass.
Officials of government departments like social welfare, health services, JNIMS, education, bank, police and DIPR were also present to assist the people.
A medical team along with an ambulance was kept ready for any medical emergency.
The Chief Minister’s secretariat also made extensive arrangement for the convenience of the visitors.
Adequate seating arrangements were made under a large makeshift arrangement especially erected for the day inside the Chief Minister’s secretariat complex.
Moreover, water, tea, snacks and other refreshments were also served to the visitors.