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Governor visits Wokha

Nagaland governor Nikhil Kumar in Kyong traditional attire during his maiden visit to Wokha, Wednesday. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR, FEB 24 (NPN):
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Published on 25 Feb. 2010 12:53 AM IST
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During his maiden visit to Wokha district on Wednesday, Nagaland governor, Nikhil Kumar called upon the people of the district to take advantage of being in close proximity with the state capital, Kohima. Addressing a gathering at the Wokha Town Hall, Nikhil also urged the people to explore the avenues and advantage in the field of horticulture for bringing development as well as to uplift their economic status. Expressing concern on the issue of health care of the people, the said that the PHCs and CHCs should be well stocked with medicines and life saving drugs and manned by professionals. The governor dwelt on the importance of women education and said women should also be given priority. Stating that one should be determined to solve the Naga political problem, Nikhil urged all sections of the people to extend co-operation to bring about stable and permanent peace in the state. “If the situation in the State is conducive every possible development will take place,” he added. The governor said that problems such as road connectivity, proper drinking facility and good power supply should be considered on priority. Lauding the district for running the biggest power project in the state, Nikhil expressed keen desire to improve the power supply. He held an interactive session with the public at the Town Hall, Wokha. Later, during his visit to Dr. Motsuo Memorial District Hospital, Wokha, the governor interacted with the hospital authorities and some patients. In the evening, he visited the Doyang Hydro Electric Project, according to DIPR. Among others, the governor was accompanied by additional chief secretary of school education & SCERT, Nagaland Banuo Z. Jamir and additional DGP Nagalandm N.N. Ngullie.

 
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