Imphal: Chief Minister N Biren Singh has inspected the construction works of the Guest House for Tribal Chiefs inside the historic Sana Konung, Manipur Royal Palace complex on Saturday.
Chief Minister posted on his Facebook wall, “As promised, we will be delivering the Tribal Chiefs’ Guest House to the people soon. Inspected the ongoing construction of the Tribal Chiefs’ Guest House today. The guest house will accommodate the tribal leaders who used to face accommodation problems during Mera Chaoren Houba and other traditional festivals”.
Manipur Legislative Assembly Speaker Thokchom Satyabrata also took part in the inspection visit. The construction of the Tribal Chiefs’ Guest House to be christened as ‘Chinggi Ningthousinggi Thungpham Yum’ began at an estimated cost of around Rs 7 crore with funding from the North Eastern Council inside the Royal Palace complex, Imphal with a long vision to strengthen hill-valley ties in the state.
The G+2 guest house will be constructed over an area covering 70×40 square feet. The guest house was constructed to accommodate the tribal leaders who use to face accommodation problems during Mera Chaoren Houba and other traditional festivals signifying hill-valley relationship. Leishemba Sanajaoba, the royal scion has a cherished past of nurturing good relation with the general population of the hills, including the chiefs and leaders.