Imphal: Bijoy Kakchingtabam, president, All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union along with four members called on governor Anusuiya Uikey at Raj Bhavan on Tuesday and briefed on the role and responsibilities of the media fraternity for the welfare of the people in Manipur.
The governor lauded the indispensable role of the media persons for dissemination of essential informations to all sections of society and also in changing lives of the people for the betterment mainly during the ongoing strife in Manipur.
She also acknowledged the media fraternity for highlighting the concerns and grievances of the Internally Displaced Persons taking refuge at relief camps.
Philem Rohan Singh, Ambassador, International Meetei Christians Youth Assembly along with four others called on the governor at Raj Bhavan and submitted a memorandum with an appeal for restoration of peace and harmony in Manipur and ensuring freedom of worship for Meetei Christians and other religions.
The visiting team as a mark of gratitude to the governor for her dedicated service to the people of Manipur for peace and harmony, offered their prayers during the visit.
The governor appreciated their efforts for initiating the peace process through religious activities and informed that continuous efforts are being put in for restoring peace and normalcy in the state.
Dr. Sanabam Thaninleima, director, Khenjonglang, Centre for Theatre Research, Production and Community Welfare along with one person also called on the governor at Raj Bhavan and briefed on the process for initiating peace through emotional communication.
The governor suggested the visiting team to reach out to people at relief camps and to extend maximum assistance in the form of introducing skill development activities for sustainable growth.