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Notes of gratitude
Published on 11 Apr. 2010 12:05 AM IST
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NST colony: Residents of NST colony Dimapur have expressed gratitude to MLA and former chief minister K.L Chishi for black topping the road in the colony. Stating that repairing of the road was the long felt need of the colony, the residents expressed hope that more developmental activities would be taken up in the colony for the welfare of the public.
SVSU: Sankiton village students union has thanked the Nagaland State Transport department for providing NST bus service. The Sankiton students union especially thanked the station superintendent Wokha unit and staff for their good work. Sankiton students union has requested the authority to keep the NST service regularly as the whole community faced difficulties due to non availability of regular bus services.
MVBDC: Mesulumi Village Bamboo Development Committee (MVBDC) has expressed gratitude to Nagaland Bamboo Development Mission (NBDM) for extending financial assistance for construction of approach road from Mesulumi village to Takhe bamboo project. In an appreciation note issued by MVBDC stated that the committee would take up the project into making it a success story and not a mere novice and further declared to extend their full co-operation towards NBDM in bringing about further development in the near future.
GSHG: Genus Self Help Group (GSHG) Pangti has expressed gratitude to Nagaland chief minister, Neiphiu Rio and CBCC chairman, Senkathung Jami for their services towards construction works at Chubi Bridge. A press release issued by GSHG coordinator, Ritsen Ngullie stated that the bridge was the only source of economic lifeline for the people particularly of Sungro range as it connected various towns in the area. While thanking the chief minister for physically verifying the ‘unattended’ bridge and Jami for his ‘tireless’ services towards the ongoing works at the bridge, it also expressed hope that the DAN government would not neglect the over all development for the people in their future endeavors.
Akumen villagers: The village council of Akumen village (Lirmen ‘C’), Lirmen village council and Tsuremen (Lirmen ‘B’) village council have expressed gratitude to T. Saku Aier, parliamentary secretary Housing, Labour and Employment and his lady wife for visiting the spot which was burn down to ashes by encroachers on March 22 and sharing the grief and sorrow of Akumen villagers in particular and the Lirmen Senso in general. In an appreciation note issued by Mendangsangba, chairman Akumen village council has stated that the parliamentary secretary contributed relief materials to the villagers and further assured to discuss the matter with the higher level for relief and rehabilitation measures.
The village council members have also expressed gratitude to border magistrate of Tsurangkong DB, Ao Senden, AKM and JKM for inspecting the site and controlling the situation in time. Further, has expressed gratitude to all who had contributed towards the Akumen villagers in times of need.

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