KANGPOKPI: The Kangpokpi Youth Union in collaboration with the local journalist initiative, ‘Mask Kangpokpi’ campaign under the aegis of KTC was appreciated by Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Nemcha Kipgen by providing them cotton mask developed by Renu Handloom and Handicraft Co-operative Society Limited, Imphal East.
On her visited to District Hospital Kangpokpi on April 25, the Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister, Nemcha Kipgen, who is also the in-charge Minister of Kangpokpi and Senapati District lauded the joint initiative of KYU and the local Senior Journalist Kaybie Chongloi while providing them the Renu’s cotton mask to distributed in the town under the ‘Mask Kangpokpi’ campaign.
The Minister had said that the cotton masks were donated by Renu Handloom and Handicraft Co-operative Society Limited, Imphal East to her Department which she decided to hand over to the Health workers of the District and KYU for distribution under the campaign.
Later, KYU continued its campaign today by providing the cotton masks and others which they bought it from the market to the people who came out to by essential items in the market at Kangpokpi Bazar, IT. Road, Nute Kailhang and along the Highway.
Officer-in-Charge, Kangpokpi Police Station who was on duty with his team also helped the KYU in its campaign of ‘Mask Kangpokpi’ by lending help in the distribution of the masks.
KYU President Haolet Khongsai said that till now under ‘Mask Kangpokpi’ campaign more than 500 masks including the cotton mask provided by the Minister were distributed within the town.
However, we continued to witnessed some people still without mask while coming to buy essential commodities in the market, he added and cautioned that we will enforced the mandatory masks more strictly and initiate action to those violators.