IMPHAL, May 13 : A meeting of the investors of Lamjingba Finance was held today organised by All Manipur Lamjingba Investors Group (AMLIG) to discuss the plights of the investors and passed many resolutions.
AMLIG in a statement informed that in today's meeting the investors resolved to urge the All Manipur Lamjingba Investors' Association (AMLIA)'s president and secretary to arrange a meeting of the investors with the Chairman and Board of Directors of Lamjingba Group at the earliest to resolve the ongoing issue.
During the meeting, AMLIA, the chairman and the board of Directors should answer to the concerns and questions of the investors and provide clarity on the assets worth around Rs 250 crore which have been handed to AMLIA by Lamjingba Group, added the statement.
The meeting also resolved to shut Lamjingba Hospital managed by Lamjingba Finance after one month and appealed to the public and the patients not to go for new admissions or consultations there.
The investors' group also requested the in-house patients to make alternative arrangements and to get discharged from the hospital soon.
Lastly AMLIG also cautioned of stringent form of protests if the president of AMLIA fails to actualise the demands of the investors.