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Lack of devp concerns ACS&S
Published on 25 Feb. 2011 1:23 AM IST
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Additional chief secretary and commissioner (ACS&S), Nagaland, Banuo. Z. Jamir on Thursday expressed concern on lack of developmental activities and the need for proper road connectivity in remote areas.
While addressing the gathering at Thonoknyu town, Banuo said her visit was to see the ground reality as to how people were suffering in the area, and further assured to air their grievances to the government.
She also appreciated the approval of up-gradation of Government Middle School at Thonoknyu and urged teachers and authorities to perform their duties sincerely while rendering services towards the students.
Banuo also emphasized on the importance of women education in the area and called on authorities to utilize the 25% grant-in-aid for women under VDB fund suitably.
Stressing on the importance of ongoing census operation, Banuo said census plays a significant role in planning process and encouraged people to give correct figures to the enumerators.
Citizens of the Thonoknyu while interacting with the additional chief secretary and commissioner highlighted the grievances faced by people especially in the field of education, road connectivity and creation of EAC Hq at Chipur. To this, Banuo said she would communicate to the authority in-charge on top most priority, at the same time, called on the people to cooperate with the government for early solution.
Banuo in a reply to the queries put forth by the GBs of Thonoknyu sub-division while airing their grievances said the red blanket for GBs would be sent to their respective districts soon as the matter was still under process, and further appealed them to execute their duties sincerely.
Banuo addressing the administrators of Thonoknyu also emphasized and briefed on road, health sector, Anganwadi, education, PHED, RD, power etc.
She appealed the administrators and officers of the area to initiate the grievances of the remote areas with outmost sincerity.
Banuo also visited GMS Thonoknyu and urged teachers to put in more effort teachers into their work.
Banuo. Z. Jamir was accompanied by Y.L. Jami IAS, deputy commissioner Tuensang, district, administration and various government officials.

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