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Dr. Nehginpao visits Kpi, interacts with people

12 January 2019
Imphal Free Press

Associate Professor and Executive Director at Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, OP Jindal Global University and New Delhi, Nehginpao Kipgen, also a political scientist today visited Kangpokpi and interacted with the people on various issues.

Members of Kangpokpi Town Committee, Kangpokpi Women Welfare Organization, Kangpokpi Youth Union, intellectuals, well-wishers, and members of GUDUP tendered a warm reception at KTC office.

Among many other issues, abolition of VIP culture, foreign education and government of India seriousness over Act East Policy are the main issues discussed and interacted.

Nehginpao said that in most of the developed country VIP culture had already been eradicated and everyone lives in a common status.

He continued that a society without VIP culture bring into being oneness, brotherhood, unity, love and peace among the people which has always been the main factor for development and growth. He added that it is time we also abandon the VIP culture etched in each every one of us and practice the culture that can bring us more closer and better understanding.

He further motivated parents and guardians to give their children the best education and at the same time they should also ensure their children become not only educated but a responsible persons for the society and the nation as a whole.

The associate professor also stressed on various requirements and process for availing foreign education and also cautioned the concerned authority not to give recommendation to any persons they are not genuinely familiar of the person’s character and authenticity.

While lecturing on the Act East Policy Nehginpao said that the government of India is very much serious about the Act East Policy mainly for three reasons, economy, geo strategic politics and national security.

However, despite of the government seriousness over the Act East Policy the political scientist opined that the implementing part so far is not up to the mark even after almost five years of the declaration of Act East Policy.