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Indefinite holiday for educational institutes announced

IMPHAL, Sept 10: Indefinite holiday of schools and colleges has been declared from September 11 in view of the prevailing law and order situation in the State, according to a release of the Information Cell In-charge, Minister of Education, Govt of Manipur.

It said, principal secretary of Education (S) Dr Suresh Babu had issued a late night order to this effect. All government, government aided, private schools under District Councils come under the purview of the order.

A similar order for colleges, higher and technical institutions was issued by commissioner P Vaiphei.

All educational institutes shall remain closed until further notice, and holiday has been declared in the best interest of the students, added the release.

11-Sep-2014 / Press Release / 1 Comments

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tongsin

11-Sep-2014 | 11:21 AM

Manipur is now a land of Movement Bandh. Everytime when their is issue, we the people of Manipur always opt for Bandh. Why cant we opt for sit in Protest, Rally etc in peaceful and democratic ways of Expression. Yes it is true that in Democracy we have right to Express our wish and we have right to have our legally granteed right by the Constitution of India, but it does not need to harm others right. we are demanding our right through the means of Bandh but we are blocking people right of Movement, livelihood mainly the common people who depend on daily wages. So we should not disturb others right to gain only ours. To my opinion this will be biggest Open crime. Just my Opinion. Thanking you all Ladies and Gentlemen.... who had gone through my opinion.



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