IMPHAL: In a compassionate move towards the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Cooperation Minister Nemcha Kipgen, a prominent BJP legislator in Manipur, initiated the second phase of distributing one-time financial aid on Friday. The distribution event took place at Mandap Relief Camp in Kangpokpi town, witnessed by N Shonkhongam Baite, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Kangpokpi, and other officials from relevant departments.
Minister Nemcha Kipgen, known for her dedication to community welfare, handed over Rs 1,000 per head as a one-time financial aid to all 285 inmates of Mandap Relief Camp. This marks the second instance of such support, with the first distribution occurring on July 8.
Addressing the gathering, Minister Kipgen underscored the government's commitment to the ongoing relief and rehabilitation efforts for the Internally Displaced Persons. The financial assistance aims to alleviate the challenges faced by those sheltering at Mandap Relief Camp during the winter season. This support is intended to help them procure essential items such as clothing and personal belongings.
Expressing her dedication to meeting the basic needs of the displaced individuals, Minister Kipgen assured them of continuous support. She emphasized the significance of collective efforts in ensuring the well-being of those affected by displacement.
The financial assistance provided by Minister Nemcha Kipgen is not just a gesture of goodwill; it reflects the government's recognition of the pressing needs of the displaced population. The aid is expected to make a tangible impact on the lives of the IDPs, offering them a semblance of normalcy during challenging times.
During her interaction with the Internally Displaced Persons at the relief camp, Minister Kipgen received heartfelt gratitude from one of the women representing the inmates. The expression of thanks extended to the Central government, Minister Nemcha Kipgen, and the district administration for their unwavering concern and support. This acknowledgment reinforces the positive impact of government initiatives on the lives of those grappling with displacement.
Minister Nemcha Kipgen's timely and proactive approach in providing financial assistance serves as a beacon of hope for the Internally Displaced Persons in Kangpokpi, highlighting the government's commitment to the well-being of its citizens in times of adversity.