KISG, KYU urge against power cuts during FIFA World Cup 2014


KANGPOKPI, Jun.12: With the spirit and enthusiasm of people around Kangpokpi and Saikul, the powerhouse of football in Sadar Hills intensely growing high, Kuki Inpi Saikul Gamkai and Kangpokpi Youth Union today urged the deputy general manager (Power), Kangpokpi sub-division to ensure regular power supply during the Brazil FIFA World Cup, 2014 mega event.

Thangkam Lupheng, president Kuki Inpi Saikul Gamkai appealed to the State power department and the DGM (Power), Kangpokpi sub-division to ensure that the football lovers and the general public could watch the live telecast of the World Cup without interruption.

Not only football lovers, but people from all section of the society including the young, old, men, women, boys, girls, jhum cultivators, office goers are waiting for the start of the mega event, said the KISG chief.

Saikul being home ground of a noted football club of the State FC Khanglai, there are several youngsters who would like to make their career in the field of football from this remote area and the FIFA World Cup is the biggest opportunity for such youngsters to watch world class football players and learn new skill and tactics, he said.

In the meantime, Kangpokpi Youth Union earnestly appeals the deputy general manager (Power) in particular and the State Power department for regular supply of power in the town to ensure the biggest competition in the world is watched and enjoyed live by the people.

Hechon Singson, president Kangpokpi Youth Union said that our appeals to the concern power authority has become necessary to enable the general public particularly youngsters of Kangpokpi and its adjoining areas to enjoy the live telecast of the most lucrative sporting event.

“We have been experiencing epileptic power supply in the town occasionally, we appeal to the concerned authority to help us with electricity to enjoy and watch the Brazil FIFA World Cup,” added Singson.



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