The Prime Minister’s Office has taken note of the suggestions given by an alumnus of the prestigious Sainik School Imphal, Manipur to ensure the proper fencing of the school in its eastern boundary.
The alumnus, Ningombam Bupenda Meitei, who studied at Sainik School Imphal, wrote to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, “Modi sir, I am an ex-cadet (Adm. No.1912, Netaji House) of SSI (Sainik School Imphal ), Manipur which is under MoD (Ministry of Defence), India. I visited my alma mater recently in which I found that the entire eastern front of the school campus has no wall or wire fencing even. There could be an easy breach of security in any future. Kindly send your MoS, Defence (RRM) to inspect the boundary which has no wall and accordingly sanction funds to erect the concrete wall as soon as possible. Jai Hind.”
The suggestion, PMOPG/I/2015/0089872, of Bupenda Meitei was received by PMO (Prime Minister’s Office) on 11 June, 2015. It was then forwarded to US (GS IV), MoD (Ministry of Defence),Room NO.116, B Wing, Sena Bhavan, New Delhi. The current status states that the case is closed. The date of action is 22 March, 2016 and details record that the suggestions are noted.
Club 26, a registered non-profit society in Manipur formed by the alumni of the 26th batch of Sainik School Imphal, thanks the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his swift action to forward the suggestion of its member, Ningombam Bupenda Meitei, to Ministry of Defence for the infrastructural development of the school.
The non-profit society, Club 26 (Regd. No. 726 of 2016), also welcomes the initiative of Ningombam Bupenda Meitei in taking up a genuine issue of development of the school to PMO. Club 26 wishes a grand success in every endeavor to all the members of the Sainik School Imphal fraternity.