The orphaned children of Compassionate Children Home Taloulong were provided rice and various essential items.
AMSU celebrates its 56th foundation day.
Necessary essential items were distributed to 385 households of 18 localities of the assembly constituency where a total of 277 persons were tested positive during a mass COVID-19 testing that was conducted recently.
The distribution programmes were held at Lanva CIC and Churachandpur College HIC in Churachandpur district; Thanga Moirangthem Community HIC and Nambol Community HIC in Bishnupur district; and at Khangarok Heirok Community HIC in Thoubal district.
Youth Congress state general secretary, P Bankimchandra Meitei said that the financial package must be announced at the earliest if the state government is seriously concerned about the people and COVID-19 pandemic.
Laipham Khunou Youth Development Association said it aims to make Laipham Khunou a COVID free zone.
We cannot solely depend upon the government and other organisations throughout the pandemic. Rather, we must also participate for the cause of humanity, the businessman said.
The distributed food items included a total of 1,000 litres of cooking oil, 30,000 kg of potatoes, 15,000 kg of lentils and 8,000 kg of salt.
Unlike the first wave, there is no visible sign of wannabe MLAs distributing food grains and lentils and cooking oil this time around.
The prices of some items were found to be inappropriate as their wholesale rate is similar to that of the retailer price, Mani Ningthoujam said.
The widows from different communities of Moreh town were distributed rice, wheat flour, sugar, salt, onion and other essential items by CO, 43 AR, Col Sumit Sood at the helipad of 43 AR.
The CPI slammed the Biren Singh-led government for failing to check price rise.
The distribution of food items were carried out in and around areas of Patsoi, Namching Kabui Village, New Keithelmanbi Kuki and Meitei Villages, Khonglong Kabui village, Longjang village
43-Assam Rifles, on Wednesday distributed relief materials to 120 households who are living Below Poverty Line (BPL) in Moreh.
As several people return home to Tamenglong in Manipur, Community support in the form of firewood donation has been helping the district cope with the COVID-19 crisis.
The items include two rice bags, 20 Kgs of Dal, one Ata bag, five packets of mineral water and 10 Dettol hand sanitizers etc.