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District vety and AH officer Kohima refutes charges
Published on 9 Nov. 2009 11:44 PM IST
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District Veterinary and Animal Husbandry officer Dr. Pangertoshi Kohima has refuted the charges leveled against a government machinery by the Educated Unemployed Union Nagaland (EUUN) in a local daily on November 7. The officer in a press statement said the charges by the EUUN was “tarnishing the good name” of the office of DVO Kohima against the interview conducted for livestock department programme 2009-2010 for Kohima district. Stating that the interview board members had no “prejudice” against any individual or had “no favors” for any particular tribe, the DVO Kohima entrusted a screening committee for scrutiny of the applications received and out of several candidates from Tseminyu sub-division. It said that after the submission of scrutinized list by the steering committee, the DVO called and conducted the interview on October 27 and selected a lone candidate since the five candidates from Tseminyu sub-division could not fulfill the criteria laid down in the guidelines. The DVO therefore said the question of non-inclusion of even a single candidate did not arise as alleged. The release further said that inspite of alleging a developmental government department of being “biased and giving wild charges” at a later stage to the District Veterinary and Animal Husbandry officer, it said the complainant being an educated person should have done “good exercise” of verifying the documents to be enclosed along with the application body of his candidate before submission.

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