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Manipuri diaspora expects much from Sonowal government

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  5 Jun 2016 12:00 AM GMT


SILCHAR, June 4: With the new government at the state, expectations have risen to new heights. The Manipuri Diaspora, Assam, has expressed their dreams and desires from the new government. Dr. M Shanti Kumar Singha, general secretary, Manipuri Diaspora, Assam, has informed some of their expectations from BJP government, through an email sent to The Sentinel. The first and foremost problem that concerns every resident of Barak Valley is the poor and pathetic conditions of the road. Owing to the horrible road conditions, the cost of transportation too has gone up and communication system has been affected.

It is expected from all quarters that the immediate completion of the mega project called Mahasadak will be done as soon as possible. Silchar town has needs mini secretariats and directorate offices of all the departments that are in Silchar. Manipuri Diaspora has voiced in favour of the young unemployed individuals of the town. They want that reservation of third and fourth grade jobs in all offices of the valley should be done so that everyone can get a job. Educated youth are also not getting employment since there are very less industries at Silchar. Therefore, infrastructure development of the valley needs top most attention because it will generate employment opportunities for the youths. Skilled development training programmes should be they could hone their skills.

Linguistic minority communities who are the residents in Barak Valley should receive special packages for the safeguard of their language, tradition and culture. It is important to safeguard their culture and education. It is expected that the prolonged issue of Bhasha Shaheed Station, will be initiated and materialized within no time. The NRC issue is still lingering and in order to keep the interest of the people living in Barak Valley region should be taken. Not only minority communities, security and protection of all the communities should be provided with. Dr. Singha again has emphasized on the problem of educated unemployment.

Poor artisans, daily wage earners and farmers of Barak Valley need some lucrative and viable schemes so that their problems may be solved. He also stated that heath and sanitation issues must be addressed. There are various vacant posts lying in most of the educatiol institutions and offices and these vacant posts should be filled up.

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