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Mass cleanliness drive completed
MON, AUG 6 (NPN):
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Published on 7 Aug. 2010 12:51 AM IST
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Under the directives of government, mass cleanliness drive in Mon town was held on Friday. The social work was conducted sector wise in all 11 wards divided into 6 sectors where residents cleaned their own premises and roads near their houses while students and government officials cleaned their own educational institutions and offices. Each sector was headed by administrative officers, and other officers as in charges, along with the Advisors, Mon town Council and NGOs including Walo organisation and Church leaders. DC Mon Dinesh Kumar IAS and SDO Civil, Mon Hiazu Meru inspected all sectors to assess participation of public in mass social work.
(Correspondent)
KOHIMA: Ahead of the Independence Day celebration on August 15, a mass social work was conducted on Friday in the state capital in various parts and colonies. The cleanliness drive organized by state government saw active participation of all the government employees led by respective HoD’s and AHoD’s, municipal council and the general public in the state capital, Kohima. Leading from the front additional chief sectary & development commissioner, Alemtemshi and Additional chief secretary and commissioner Bano Z. Jamir actively participated in the cleanliness drive.
(Correspondent/DIPR)
MOKOKCHUNG: Cleanliness at Mokokchung town was held under active supervision of the district administration, in a bid to keep Mokokchung town cleaner. In addition to mobilization of manpower, excavators, dumpers and dipper trucks were pressed into service. Office complex, educational institutions other government establishment wore a fresh look following the social work. DC Mokokchung, Lithrongla G.Chishi and ADC R. Asenla Keitzar actively took part in the drive. Office of the CMO Mokokchung undertook hygiene and sanitation inspection on hotels and restaurants to ensure that Prevention of Food adulteration Act were strictly followed.
CHUMUKEDIMA: Following the government notification, the Chumukedima Town Council carried out the mass social work in all the eleven wards involving people from different walks of life on Friday. The council also pointed out that only the Forest department took part in the social work while no other departments turned up for the work.

 
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