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Amit Shah in Manipur: North East has seen 'flood' of development under BJP, says home minister

Shah, who is on a three-day visit to the region, added that the introduction of Inner Line Permit in Manipur has been the ‘biggest gift’ from PM Modi for the state

Amit Shah in Manipur: North East has seen 'flood' of development under BJP, says home minister

Amit Shah was in Manipur on a three-day visit to the North East on Sunday.

Imphal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the North East in his heart and so brought a flood of development in the region, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Sunday.

The BJP government under Modi has given a new identity to the region which is now experiencing a new thrust in development, Shah said at the inauguration and foundation laying programme of several projects at Hapta Kangjeibung.

Earlier, Manipur was known for insurgency, bandhs, and blockades, but now most militant organisations have joined the mainstream and those left would also do so following efforts of the BJP government, he said.

He attacked the Congress for failing to solve the problems of Manipur when they were in power and asserted that since last three years under Chief Minister N Biren Singh the state is moving ahead on the path of growth.

The Inner Line Permit (ILP) has been the biggest gift by Modi to the people of Manipur which they got even without asking for it, the home minister said.

“Modiji realised that Manipur is not having the Inner Line Permit when other states surrounding it had it which is injustice to the indigenous people and he found a way”, Shah said.

It was a matter of “great satisfaction for us when Manipur got it (ILP) on December 11, 2019”, he added. Inner Line Permit (ILP) is an official travel document issued by the concerned state government to allow travel of an Indian citizen into a protected area for a limited period.

It is obligatory for the citizens from outside those states to obtain a permit for entering into the protected state.

Shah arrived in Imphal from Guwahati on Sunday afternoon on the last leg of his three-day visit to the North East and laid the foundation of seven projects, including a medical college at Churachandpur, inaugurated the Thoubal Dam and dedicate the Bishnupur-Tupul-Thoubal-Kasom Khullen Road to the public.

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