A young man in Churachandpur District has written an open letter to the Chief Minister of Manipur, N. Biren Singh, highlighting the hardships faced by state government job seekers.
Pu Timothy Nungate stated that to get application forms for state government employment, job seekers have to travel to the state capital Imphal which is not only time consuming, but also not economically viable for job seekers from the backward communities and far-flung areas.
“Aspirants need to come to Imphal just to avail the form and again to submit it. This creates lots of hardships for the poor people. If you can instruct the department to make it available at all district HQs our burden will be greatly lessened,” Pu Nungate said.
The letter written by Timothy Nungate is given below (as is).
HEARTFELT APPEAL TO CHIEF MINISTER, MANIPUR.
Sir, I would like to bring to your kind attention regarding problems faced by common man of our state in respect to procuring forms for recruitment in govt departments as aspirants needs to come to Imphal just to avail the form and again to submit it. This creates lots of hardships for these poor people, if you can instruct the department to make it available at all district HQs our burden will be greatly lessened.
Again, especially for students who need to avail certification like duplicates, eligibility, transfer, name/birth/address correction forms the poor students have to come to Imphal buy the application and back to submit it.
This financially drains the parents apart from the fare high charge for the said documents are burdensome especially for those who are not familiar liar with the directions and Meiteilon, they need to hire someone more knowledgeable at a price. Please look into this matter and lessen our burden.
With great expectation,