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Rio calls for inclusive growth at Tsg. DPDB meet

Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio addressing DBDP meet at DC’s conference hall, Tuensang Friday (NP).
Correspondent TUENSANG, APR 16 (NPN)
Published on 17 Apr. 2010 12:06 AM IST
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Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio Friday said that inclusive planning and public opinion was the most important function in the process of human development.
Addressing, for the first time, the meeting of district planning and development board (DPDB), Tuensang at DC’s conference hall, Rio said state government has declared current year as “the year of entrepreneurship” with special emphasis on food sufficiency 2020.
Pointing out that Tuensang district was the oldest district in the state with 51% literacy rate, Rio said government would take all necessary measures in the field of education.
He further urged officers of Tuensang district to come forward and serve for the welfare of the people. He also asked the people of Tuensang district to utilize and promote the “rich culture” in a proper way.
Lauding the officers for attending the meet, the chief minister urged them to cooperate with each other.
Deliberating on various agenda the house approved and discussed series of issues including year of entrepreneurs 2010, food sufficiency by 2020, construction of rest house for united Lieshipung project union Tuensang, up gradation of Noklak ADC sub-division to that of DC HQ, road from Chendang Saddle to Noklak HQ to be declared state highway, construction of new helipad at Tuensang town, construction of office building and quarters for VG barrack under VG organization, appointment and posting of VG deputy commandant and assistant commandant at 13 VG HQ, up gradation of class 5 to that of class 6 GPS Station 11 at Tuensang town, grand in aid for Bethel mission school old Mangakhi village, DPR for multipurpose society for purchase of computer system and equipment training institute at Tuensang town.
The meet was also attended by state minister for agriculture Dr. Chumben Murry, minister for soil and water conservation, LRD, P. Longon, parliamentary secretaries, S. Heno, R. Tohanba, MLA Kejong Chang.

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