The joint council of Lumtsa, Shichi and Sütemi land owners of Akuluto town has expressed grievances to the chief minister on “ruining concern of Akuluto sub-division” for intervention and redressal. The joint council chairman, H.K Sema and secretary, Z. Aye in a letter to the chief minister stated Akuluto town being one of the oldest, once best and not forgetting fastest developing sub-divisional towns of the state has now drastically reversed from bad to worst, losing all her past glory for under mentioned pathetic state.
The council expressed grievances in shifting of sub-post office from Akuluto town to Lumami, Nagaland University, and also partial shifting of State Bank of India to Nagaland University.
It also highlighted on the deteriorating management, academic standard, inadequate teaching staff and the head master of government high school Akuluto, at the same time, articulated that the government office in Akuluto were “defunct” except few departments, and “warped government quarters” due to non-maintenance.
It also stated that the road and communication in the town a well as the link roads were in pitiable condition and that NREGA fund allocation of “so called VIP quota” was unfair.