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DPDB meetings focus on opening EAC hq, schools
Published on 15 Mar. 2010 12:27 AM IST
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Monthly District Panning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting of Wokha district was held on March 10 at DC’s Conference hall under the chairmanship of Deputy Speaker & Chairman, Wokha DPDB, Ralanthung Yanthan. SDO (NH-61) submitted survey report on road widening within Wokha town where total number of 156 landowners was to be affected partially or wholly, to which Kyong Hoho and affected villages expressed willingness to co-operate while executing the work. In this regard the Chairman directed SDO (NH) to submit detailed report on nature of buildings and areas to be effected in the next meeting. Regarding the improvement of power supply in the district EE (Transmission) Kohima (Wokha in charge) who was also present at the meeting highlighted that 132 KV Transmission (Single Grid) located at Niropen was manned only by J.E. Transmission/Power Grid, therefore for any repairing between Kohima to Wokha, the power has to be cut. In addition to that the alternative power supply from Doyang could not be function due to collapse of eight towers, besides 18 towers to be re-located and 29 spans of conductors were snatched, amounting to about Rs. 5 crores for restoration. In this connection the house resolved to restore the 132 KV Transmission line from Doyang to Wokha. Basing on detail expenditure reports for quarantine check post at Merapani and Frozen Semen Bull Station at Wokha submitted by Dr. Nsan, the house deliberated at length and resolved for revamping of machineries. Grand - in - aid to Sanis Baptist Mission School, Sanis was also discussed where house agreed to recommend to higher authorities. TUENSANG: DPDB meeting in Tuensang was held on March 11 at DC’s Conference Hall under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner, Tuensang, Y.L. Jami. After reviewing the minutes of the last meeting, the Board discussed and approved on creation of new sub-DIC at Shamator, Noklak and Longkhim. On the subject of opening sub-centres at Nyinyem, Sipongsang, Maksha and Yimrup village the Board deferred to the next meeting for discussion. On the agenda of circular on district action plan from ENPO the District Planning Officer asked for submission of detail write-up within three months. On the state government’s Sports Policy the Board decided to invite NGOs and other associations for discussion in the next meeting. PHEK: Minister for Health & Family Welfare & Phek DPDB Chairman Kuzholuzo Nienu chaired the monthly meeting held on March 10. As per agenda, the board after discussion resolved to recommend opening of new institution (Private) in respect of St. Xavier’s School, Chozuba; detachment of GPS, Phugi into Sector ‘A’ and Sector ‘B’ and Government Primary School at Phokhungri Town. As entrusted in the last meeting, the Medical Department (CMO) presented the departmental activities. Suggestion to declare March 22 as Village Development Board (VDB) day was briefed by Chotisuh Sazo, Parliamentary Secretary for Social Welfare, Child & Women Development, Sovenyi, Chakesang Public Organisation (CPO) President and Kuzholuzo Nienu, Minister for Health & Family Welfare. The chairman also requested all DPDB members to attend 10th death anniversary programme of late Vamuzo to be held on March 22 at Yoruba village. DIS were informed to send all untrained teachers for necessary trainings and agri and allied sector departments were asked to be more proactive in bringing new and innovative projects for benefit of the farmers. Expressing seriousness about climate change, he appealed for more new tree plantations to be taken up in the district. On health sector, he urged CMO and MS to see that officers and staff posted were regular in their place of posting. Deputy Chairman, State Planning Board, Neiba Kronu informed about submission of SIT report to government regarding appointment of bogus teachers in government schools. KIPHIRE: In Kiphire monthly meeting-cum-picnic was held on March 4 under the chairmanship of MLA and chairman DPDB C. Kipili Sangtam, at Tüyong, Züngki river, below Tethuyo village, 22 Kms from Kiphire. New Deputy Commissioner & Vice Chairman, DPDB Y.Limomo Lotha, appealed to members to cooperate with one another for better coordination and development of the district. He reminded the members on importance for developmental activities in the district through DPDB. He directed the officers not to avail any leave or fix any official programme within the first five days of each month to enable all the members to attend the meeting without any apprehension. Briefing on his visit to Hong Kong, Macao and Bangkok, C.Kipili Sangtam said Hong Kong had already manufactured medicine for HIV patients and drug addicts; however, they were not yet selling or supplying it to other countries and said that it was a part of the policy for competitive world. He reminded the officers to be regular in their station and also directed all HoDs to endorse a copy to him of their proposals they had submitted to higher authorities to enable him help them to pursue the matter in the higher level. Proposal for creation of a new EAC headquarters for Molongmika range with its Headquarters at Khongjiri and two separate agenda submitted on water supply to EAC headquarters at Kiusam and Khongsa were also discussed. Accordingly, the Board had entrusted Executive Engineer (PHED) to prepare technical estimates for water supply to these two EAC HQs. Proposal for auction of old pipes and fresh construction of water supply line to Pungro town, submitted by SDO (Civil), Pungro was also deliberated Accordingly, the Board has recommended the case to the Executive Engineer (PHED) for preparation of technical estimates for further necessary action thereon.

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