Manipur: ‘Go to Village’ mission reviewed

Newmai News Network

Imphal | May 7


Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh chaired a special meeting to review ‘Go to Village’ mission held at Cabinet Hall of Chief Minister’s Secretariat in Imphal today. The meeting was attended by the Chief Secretary, the DGP, Administrative Secretaries and all Head of Departments (HODs) of various departments, an official report said.


During the meeting, the Chief Minister said that the motto of the mission is to fulfil the desires of the people and to address their grievances at grassroots. He asked the officials to immediately identify the grievances and nature of requirement and to work accordingly on priority basis. Biren directed the HODs of various Departments to depute one official of each department as Department Nodal Officer to address the pending grievances and problems. Biren also asked the officials to fulfil the requirements and address the problems within one month after receiving the applications.


The Chief Minister thanked the Nodal Officers and HODs for their support and co-operation for a successful launching of the ‘Go to Village’ mission. He asked the feedbacks from the officials present during the meeting. Many officers gave their suggestions and ideas for successful implementation of the mission.


It may be mentioned that the ambitious mission of the present Government ‘Go to Village’ was launched on May 1, 2018 to reach out to citizens at their door steps. To cover all the villages of the State, camps would be held every Tuesday to address the grievances and problems of the people at grassroots, the official report said.


According to the official report, on the launching day, a total of 60,339 applications were received and out of which 21,353 grievances were addressed on the same day.