Manipur government’s initiative ‘Go to Village’ mission to make the north-eastern state a role model for development in the country continued to attract many beneficiaries during the second round of the camps held at various places on Wednesday.
Under the ‘Go to Village’ mission, the State Government would identity eligible and deserving beneficiaries and would deliver government services at their doorstep.
Works Minister Th Biswajit, Health Minister L Jayentakumar, Forest and Environment Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar, Water Resources Minister Letpao Haokip, Education Minister Th Radheshyam, PHED, Printing & Stationery Minister L Dikho, and Social Welfare Minister Nemcha Kipgen attended ‘Go to Village’ mission camps at their respective constituencies.
Many ruling ministers and MLAs also attended ‘Go to Village’ camps at their respective constituencies.
Several stalls were also opened under different departments providing various forms and schemes to the people in presence of district level officers and village authorities.
But it was initially implemented in 60 villages of the 60 Assembly constituencies and aimed at identifying the eligible and deserving beneficiaries in every corner of the State and delivering the government services at their doorsteps to make Manipur a model state for development in the country.
This time the BJP led government is planning to incorporate more than 250 villages in the ongoing ‘Go to Village’ which include 105 villages in Churachandpur district, 40 in Kangpokpi district, 19 in Kamjong district, 16 in Pherzwal district, 12 in Imphal West district, 11 each in Senapati, Chandel and Imphal East District, 10 each in Urkhul and Tamenglong district, seven in Tengnoupal district, six in Noney district, five in Bishnupur district, four in Thoubal district, three in Jiribam district and two in Kakching district.