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DYC Tuensang on civic body election
Published on 29 Mar. 2010 12:25 AM IST
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District Youth Congress (DYC) Tuensang on behalf of civic bodies of 13 wards of Tuensang town has appealed to the governor of Nagaland, Nikhil Kumar to strictly adhere to the 8 point guidelines so that the general public would have a chance to express grievances for the welfare of the people in future.
DYC Tuensang in a press statement issued by its president and Secretary L. Shillem and T. Chaba Chang said the governor had directed various district deputy commissioners to recommend genuine and legible candidate for direct nomination from the civic bodies consequent upon the dissolution of the municipal and town council in the state and also basing on the chief minister proposal had issued 8 point guidelines to be followed for the constitution of advisory committee.
Further it stated as per the notification of secretary, urban development government of Nagaland, the responsible district would be authorized to recommend names of persons for nomination as member of the advisory committee. However, it has been clearly directed that, the advisory committee would be one third of the strength of the house of the elected members.
DYC Tuensang also stated that it clearly mentioned that no elected members government nominee of the dissolved house would be included and the governor of constitutional head has directed that preference should be given to person’s permanent resident of that particular municipal/town who knowledged about legal/business and account/social, service, health and engineering and others.
it also mentioned that the guidelines clearly stated that the power and functions of the committee would be advised by district administration within the parameter of municipal act 2001.

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