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CTC on requisition of fire tenders
Published on 30 Apr. 2009 12:22 AM IST
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Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) has said despite several appeal made to Nagaland fire and emergency department for stationing of at least two fire tenders at Chumukedima, has lamented that the department has turned ‘deaf ear’ to its appeal. Stating that office building of fire brigade at Chumukedima was completed but not functioning nor any fire tenders were stationed, the CTC made an appeal to the fire and emergency to station two fire tenders at Chumukedima at the earliest which would not only prove helpful to the town but also to its neighbouring towns and villages in time of emergencies. Meanwhile, the Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) has expressed gratitude to various individuals and organizations for contributing toward the victims of April 25 incident at Chumukedima town. CTC in a press release issued by its chairperson, Neichu-u Kuotsu, has thanked parliamentary secretary for fishery and rehabilitation, S. Heno Phom, for donating Rs.30,000 to the family members of late Yentsalumi Kithan and her minor daughter, Abiele, who were charred to dead, and also Rs.10,000 to Akhato Kiba, a personnel of 1 NAP, who lost his belongings in the fire incident as immediate cash relief, Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland (IRCSN) for donating Rs.3000, stoves (2nos), kitchen sets (4nos) and bed sheets (8 nos), Eyongol, District Horticulture Officer (DHO), Dimapur, for donating Rs.500, K.K society, Sovima, for donating Rs.3000, Rajya Sabha member, H. Khekiho Zhimomi, for donating Rs.10,000 and also to ADC Dimapur, Sedevikho Khro, and EAC Chumukedima, Henok Buchem, for accompanying the parliamentary secretary to the site of the fire incident.

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