As most of the commercial vehicles are run by diesel, prices of essential commodities is likely to soar under high transportation charges as a result of fuel price hike..
The Panchayat members were reportedly carrying out the road blockade on Wednesday in the name of calling a bandh without taking prior permission of concerned district authorities, causing much inconveniences to the public and all commuters.
The members of the Manipur Panchayat Parishad have been conducting sit-in protest demanding release of MGNREGS funds
Manipur Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Thongam Biswajit said proposal has been sent to the Finance department to release the sanctioned amount of Rs 569.16 crore under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS).
The nurses of JNIMS Hospital demanded implementation of 7th Pay, old pension scheme for employees who joined before 2004, creation of higher nursing post, implementation of MACP, revision of nursing allowance in the 7th Pay and provision of uniform or dress allowance to nurses.
Student bodies in Imphal expressed solidarity to striking college teachers over 7th Pay
FEGOCTA said that the proposed agitation, mass casual leaves on February 12-13 and boycotting classes from February 17, still remains until their demand is met.
FEGOCTA continued to hold sit-in protests, demanding UGC 7th Pay for all college teachers.
A rally was carried out on Sunday at Nongpok Sanjenbam followed by a public meeting wherein various resolutions were adopted.
A sit-in protest cum meeting of the college teachers of Manipur was held on Saturday in front of the Central Hall of the DM College of Science, Imphal.
The protest which began on February 1 at the national level will continue till February 14.
UGC 7th Pay: Teachers of 13 more colleges joined protest as agitation entered day 6 in Manipur Thursday.
co-convenor of Mongshangei Kanba Apunba Lup, Imphal West, Soraisham Surendra Chenglei said they suspected foul play over the death of Koijam Memi.
The body of Ribash was found in a pond located near his house in the morning of January 24 after he went missing on January 19, according to sources.
The FEGOCTA stated in the resolution that boycott of classes will resume any time if the government failed to issue an order on UGC 7th Pay and Regulation, 2018.
As many as 25 criminal cases have been registered in connection with the violence, Delhi police said.
The Farmers' Wing of the NPF also expressed its hope that the government will soon resolve the crisis.
The Ad-Hoc Committee of the colleges of DMU has been abstaining holding protests since January 6.
The DIET students urged the Manipur government to appoint regular teaching faculties for four subjects--Mathematics, Music, English and Meitei-Mayek
The protest is a part of the agitations initiated by the Ad Hoc Committee of the constituent colleges of Dhanamanjuri University (DMU), demanding absorption of the existing teachers of the constituent colleges of DMU before any fresh recruitment of faculty.
Another joint sit-in protest will be held at the DM College of Commerce on January 9 and at DM College of Arts on January 11.
A joint student body demanded the government to depute adequate doctors at the district hospital and health centres in Noney and Tamenglong
The JAC decided to block Imphal to Ukhrul road
The Joint Action Force against the construction of Mapithel Dam has condemned the government's failure to meet their demand and called for the bandh.
The members of the association met new MAHUD Minister O Henry twice before Ningol Chakkouba regarding the matter but till today the department remained deaf-ear, the association said.
The JAC said the government has failed to take steps despite several memorandum being submitted to the government
The employees appealed to the organisation or individual responsible for planting the bomb to not repeat such dangerous acts in the future.
The strike was carried out by the All Manipur Muslim Students’ Organisation and Pangal Students’ Union, Dhanamanjuri University.
The protesters demand extension of four per cent seat reservation in non-professional course in higher education.
The CPI slammed the Biren Singh-led government for failing to check price rise.
The United Club Organisation has given a five days deadline to the authorities concerned to start the road construction.
A memorandum was also submitted to the SDO by the representatives of the CVOs.
Six student organisations demand implementation of ‘COVID-19 counter measure policies of the state’
CVOs from Churachandpur, YPA, PTC, MPC and VA members of Zehang Lamka have jointly resolved that they will continue to support the JAC to bring justice.
The rally started from Peace Ground, Tuibong to DC office where a memorandum for the chief minister was submitted by the leaders of the JAC and CVOs to the deputy commissioner of Churachandpur, Pawan Yadav in the presence of superintendent of police, Amrita Sinha
The protest rally will start at 10 am from Peace Ground, Tuibong leading to DC office, led by the JAC and Churachandpur CVOs.
The protest was in response to a call from the party high command for coordinated efforts across the country for postponement of NEET-JEE exam