State chief minister, Neiphiu Rio on March 27 informed on the floor of the House that he would be touring all the districts of Nagaland starting next month.
According to an official bulletin, Rio said that he would attend DPDB meetings and discuss problems with various departments, so that he can intervene and get closer to the people, thereby delivering the actual benefits due to them.
Observing refusal of government officers to serve in interior areas as a serious concern, he cautioned that appropriate actions would be initiated against the erring officers. On the law and order front, the leader of the House appreciated the government and various agencies for bringing down the law and order problems drastically. Stating that the police machinery were doing a commendable job, Rio assured that the DAN government would spare no efforts to contain law and order problems.
He also informed the House that the state government and the department of roads and bridges have decided to come up with a road map of Nagaland, indicating the state highways, national highways etc. ‘Preliminary studies has been done and the final map will come up in due course of time,’ he said.
Stating that the roads were the most important component in the progress of any society, the chief minister regretted on the poor workmanship of Border Roads Organization (BRO) and stressed on the need to impress the BRO for quality control.