IMPHAL, April 22 (Newmai): Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh reviewed the preparations for ‘Go to Village’ mission to be launched on May 1 in a meeting attended by secretaries, nodal officers, DCs and head of departments and other officials of the state government at the Conference Hall of Manipur Secretariat South Block on Sunday.
The chief minister urged the officials to put in all possible efforts to make the mission a success as it has been initiated with an aim to bring inclusive development and reach out to all the people of the State including those who are residing at the most interior areas.
Singh said that government officials should personally visit and organise camps at different villages to ensure enrolment of all the deserved villagers for Government’s social security scheme, and also to find out the area-specific needs of different villages. The state government is even ready to sanction additional funds for the said mission to meet manpower requirement and other necessities like procurement of vehicles etc, the chief minister added.
Biren further said that as the farming season is about to start in the agriculture department and other concerned departments should identify the area-specific farmers’ problems and help them in the best possible way.
Likewise, the education department must also ensure maximum re-admission of school drop-out students, he added.
The chief minister also asked the officials to communicate with the circle MLAs and DCs concerned and identify a village each for every district from which the mission would be launched on May 1.