Chief Minister of Manipur, N Biren Singh started an outreach program called “Go To Hills 2.0” to ensure the people who are living in remote areas can get the benefits of different welfare schemes at their doorsteps.
The “Go-To Hills 2.0” campaign was introduced at Peace Ground, Tuibong in Churachandpur district of Manipur.
Inauguration of 30 projects
The campaign was marked by the inauguration of 30 projects that includes worth Rs 37.34 crore under so many different departments which are tribal affairs, work and hills, and health
“It gives me immense pleasure to officially launch the “Go To Hills 2.0″ today. In our effort to take governance further to the doorsteps, the mission aims to strengthen ties amongst our people through rigorous development,” the CM posted on his Twitter account.
While speaking at the function, the chief minister revealed, “under the ‘Go to Hills’ initiative, the government has taken up various infrastructural projects for inclusive development. Hundreds of projects have been inaugurated and many are ongoing for the welfare of the people.”
Rs 51.52 crore for some departments
Under the campaign, the state administration decided to provide equipment and assistance worth Rs 51.52 crore for some departments that include agriculture, horticulture, health, social welfare, and education.
Trauma care center by Chief minister
Also, a trauma care center and PSA oxygen plant have been introduced by the chief minister at the Churachandpur District Hospital.
“This trauma care center will provide an efficient emergency healthcare service for the people of Churachandpur and surrounding areas,” he said.
As per the reports, a 30-bed special ward has also been inaugurated by the chief minister at the Community Health Centre of Singh.
CM Biren Singh launched 23 projects in Kamjong district in January
Also, a report from January said, CM Biren Singh, introduced 23 projects in a district called Kamjong. Foundation stones for 11 projects worth Rs 67.80 crore were laid and 12 projects costing worth Rs 24 crore were inaugurated at the same time.
In that BJP-led coalition government’s ‘Go to Hills’ mission, the CM made his maiden visit to the Kamjong district in January to bridge the emotional and developmental gaps between the hills and valley areas.
About Kamjong district
Kampong district was created in the year 2016 with a total area of 2,000 square km. The Tangkhul Nagas occupied the district predominantly with 94 percent and 4.59 percent in the district are Kukis. As per the 2011 census, the district has a total population of 45,618.