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GOVERNMENT TO TAKE UP ALL POSSIBLE STEPS TO BOOST TOURISM SECTOR IN THE STATE:CM HOUSE PASSES FOUR DEMANDS FOR GRANT OF RS. 1,46,75,82,000

Imphal July 31, 2017 (DIPR): The House of Manipur Legislative Assembly today passed four Demands for Grant amounting Rs. 1,46,75,82,000 after a thorough discussion and voting.

            Taking part in the discussion of Demand No. 45-Tourism, proposing Rs. 37,05,92,000 for Grant by the house, Chief Minister who is also incharge of Tourism said that the present Government is taking up all the possible steps to boost Tourism Sector in the state. He maintained that the Government is sending project reports for approval to DoNER Ministry and North Eastern Council to develop the Tourism Sector in the State. Chief Minister also told the House that a sum of rupees five crore has been sanctioned to develop Kangkhui Cave under Tourism Department.

            Replying a querry by MLA O. Surjakumar Singh, Chief Minister N Biren Singh said that the state has selected places adjacent to NIT Complex for rehabilitating Manipuri Ponies specially, which are on the street. The Government is also planning to develop a road to connect Dzukou Valley easily.

Demand No. 34- Rehabilitation, which was moved by Finance Minster Shri Y. Joykumar Singh, that a sum of not exceeding Rs. 4,24,14,000 for the financial year ending 31st March, 2018 was placed for discussion in the House. After thorough discussion, the House passed Demand No-34-Rehabilitation.

            A Policy Cut Motion was raised on Demand No. 34-Rehabilitation by MLA K. Ranjit Singh, which was withdrawn later.

            Demand No. 41 –Art & Culture, that a sum of Rs. 23,82,41,000 was tabled in the House for discussion and grant. After discussion, the House unanimously passed Demand No. 41-Art & Culture.

Regarding Demand No 43-Horticulture & Soil Conservation, which proposed house Rs. 81,63,35,000 for Grant by the House, Opposition MLAs Dr. Chaltolien Amo, D. Korungthang and Alfred Kanngam Arthur raised Policy Cut Motion which was withdrawn later resulting the passing of Demand No-43 by the House. (DIPR)