No Blockades In The Last 3 Years: Amit Shah In Manipur | Read

PUBLISHED ON: December 28, 2020 | Duration: 2 min, 57 sec

  
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah today flagged off a slew of developmental projects in the northeastern state of Manipur, claiming that its "days of blockades" and strife were over. He also said that the government's aim was to connect the northeast with Kolkata in West Bengal and Bangladesh through the land boundary agreement signed between the two countries. "Manipur used to face blockades," Mr Shah said referring to the frequent disruption of its economy, essential supplies, and traffic often over boundary disputes with neighbours and even over issues internal to the state. Since the BJP government took charge around three years ago, major blockades have indeed been unheard of in Manipur. "Over the past three years there have been no blockades. This just goes to show how the BJP works for development. The Biren Singh government has given a new identity to Manipur."
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