The Chief Minister of Manipur has launched a massive citizen participation campaign called 'CM Da Haisi.'

The Chief Minister of Manipur has launched a massive citizen participation campaign called 'CM Da Haisi.'

Daily Current Affairs   /   The Chief Minister of Manipur has launched a massive citizen participation campaign called 'CM Da Haisi.'

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Category : State Published on: October 15 2021

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  • Manipur chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh launched ‘CM Da Haisi,’ (let’s tell to CM) - a mega citizen engagement initiative for people of Manipur to directly connect with the chief minister via helpline number (95347 95347).
  • This new effort was launched in response to the need to address public issues, as the current Covid-19 situation prevented the state from hosting monthly public meetings such as 'Meeyamgi Numit' (people's day), etc."

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About Manipur 

  • Capital: Imphal
  • Chief Minister: N. Biren Singh
  • Manipur became a full-fledged State of India on the 21th January, 1972.
  • Official Language: Manipuri
  • Loktak Lake: Manipur (largest fresh water lake after Pulicat Lake of India)
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