Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Wednesday took to Twitter to take pride in the fact that his flagship programme ‘Go to Village’ mission has reached the remotest part of the State.
‘Taking governance to each doorsteps initiative made way to this little village after a gap of 34 years,’ N Biren twitted.
Our Government’s “Go to Village”mission reached the remotest part of the State.Taking governance to each doorsteps initiative made way to this little village after a gap of 34 years. This is to fulfilled the Hon’ble PM Shri @narendramodi Ji’s vision of sabke sath sabka vikas. pic.twitter.com/aSDNwXnxmT
— Nongthombam Biren (@NBirenSingh) December 19, 2018
Notably on Monday in an attempt to reach out to the remotest village of Senapati district, the district Administration organized ‘Go to Village’ programme at Chakha village of the district.
It may be mentioned that a team headed by Deputy Commissioner of Senapati, Somorjit Salam, and consisting of Wilong sub-division SDO Kh Tompok and different DLOs of 16 different departments under the district administration, went by foot to the village, which is situated around 180 kilometres from Senapati district headquarters near the Nagaland border and which is only accessible for four months in a year by vehicle, according to a report in The Sangai Express.
The village, which falls under Tadubi Assembly constituency, is one of the remotest areas which is populated by Liangmei tribe and this village is accessible only during winter when there is no rain underlining the lack of proper road connectivity.
The officials enquired about the grievances and needs of the locals at the village as a part of the ‘Go to Village’ programme apart from providing other immediate aids as well, the report stated.
The locals expressed that this is the first time since 1984 that top government officials have come to the village.
In that year, 34 years ago, the then Deputy Commissioner R K Madhusana visited the area.