Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh said the Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) will be revived soon. Singh said this while addressing the gathering at a function in Manipur State Film Development Society (MSFDS) auditorium on Saturday.
He also informed that advertisement for the appointments of two members of the MHRC had already been issued.
While expressing concern over the alarming scenario of drug abuse in the State, the Chief Minister assured of all possible means to wipe out substance abuse menace from the State.
Asserting that the new government is committed to serve the people as per their wishes and aspirations, Biren Singh said many social security schemes had been introduced apart from taking up some concrete steps to eradicate corruption.
Highlighting his Government’s achievements, the Chief Minister said necessary steps had already been initiated for the smooth functioning of Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC).
While asserting that the law and order scenario has improved considerably in the State in general and Imphal in particular, Biren Singh said many shops are now seen open till late night at Thangal Bazaar and Paona Bazaar and people are now enjoying night life.
The Chief Minister also expressed hope that such new developments would be witnessed in other townships as well.