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1,500 people attend �People�s Day� in Manipur

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IMPHAL, July 25 - Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh attended to as many as 493 complaints and met around 1,500 people to hear their grievances in the joint �Meeyamgi Numit� (People�s Day) and Hill Leaders� Day at Durbar Hall of CM�s Secretariat here on Wednesday.

�Meeyamgi Numit� and Hill Leaders� Day were organised by the State Government on 15th and 10th of every month since May last year to hear the grievances of the public.

A large number of people turned up to take their grievances to the notice of Chief Minister. In addition to looking into complaints and grievances of the public, a highlight of the day was presentation of a wheelchair to a differently-abled woman Kompeimi Raikhan (30) of Mapao Khullen (Chirik) village of Senapati district by the Chief Minister.

He also announced that a pension of Rs 1,500 per month would be given to Kompeimi under Chief Minister-gi Sotharabasing-gi Tengbang (CMST), a welfare scheme being implemented by State Social Welfare department.

Officials of government departments were also present to assist the people.

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1,500 people attend �People�s Day� in Manipur

IMPHAL, July 25 - Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh attended to as many as 493 complaints and met around 1,500 people to hear their grievances in the joint �Meeyamgi Numit� (People�s Day) and Hill Leaders� Day at Durbar Hall of CM�s Secretariat here on Wednesday.

�Meeyamgi Numit� and Hill Leaders� Day were organised by the State Government on 15th and 10th of every month since May last year to hear the grievances of the public.

A large number of people turned up to take their grievances to the notice of Chief Minister. In addition to looking into complaints and grievances of the public, a highlight of the day was presentation of a wheelchair to a differently-abled woman Kompeimi Raikhan (30) of Mapao Khullen (Chirik) village of Senapati district by the Chief Minister.

He also announced that a pension of Rs 1,500 per month would be given to Kompeimi under Chief Minister-gi Sotharabasing-gi Tengbang (CMST), a welfare scheme being implemented by State Social Welfare department.

Officials of government departments were also present to assist the people.