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Nikhil visits Peren; assures help for water supply
Published on 4 Feb. 2010 12:03 AM IST
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State governor Nikhil Kumar Tuesday called upon the people of Peren town to preserve their rich forest with flora and fauna and to utilize the fertile land for agriculture into a paying profession. He divulged to the people that he had already written a letter to union minister, Sharad Pawar on the potentials of agriculture and encouraged the people to take up commercial agriculture with anticipation. Addressing the huge gathering which include members of Zeliang Baudi, the Kuki Impi, the Zeliangrong Mipui and the GB, Federation of Peren at Peren town hall during his visit to Peren on February 2, the governor reminded the public that unless there was peace and harmony no development or prosperity was possible. The governor who also visited government high school emphasised on role of literacy in any field of development and expressed happiness to observe the standard of the government high school. He also visited the civil hospital and expressed satisfaction over the service and maintenance of civil hospital. However, the governor also raised concern over the non- existence of surgeon doctor at the hospital. The governor visited the patients and donated them with cash assistance. At the village level, the governor assured to extend support particularly towards its water supply. He directed the deputy commissioner to provide detailed information for him to take up appropriate actions. The governor further, assured the people to revisit the district in good times. Earlier, the governor was accorded a warm civic reception by denizens of Peren town at the town hall and later by villagers of Peren village at its ‘Ntaning’ community ground. The organisation placed memorandums for the consideration of the governor in the developments of the town in various sectors. Similarly, the council of Peren village also voiced their supplications to the governor through a memorandum.

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