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DMC conducts thanksgiving service
Published on 1 May. 2011 1:22 AM IST
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Advisory Board of Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC), headed by chief advisor Er. K. Keditsu on Saturday organized thanksgiving service for completion of one year of term in office at DMC office complex.
Speaking on behalf of the advisors, advisor Imkongtemsu, retired deputy commissioner recollected how the team of advisors assumed office with lots of difficulties such as liabilities, shortfall of monthly revenue collection and non-payment of staff salary confronting the office. However, as the government had appointed the advisors with a responsibility, the advisors set out and have achieved the target, he said. Imkongtemsu said DMC has cleared all the liabilities; the office is able to pay staff salary in time and also the functioning system of the office has become better, which otherwise was an office without a system.
He also mentioned that the advisors were doing their best to bring ROP into effect in DMC. He also opined that DMC has gained confidence from the public and because which public are also coming forward to assist DMC in carrying out developmental works.
Delivering a concluding remark, Er. K. Keditsu reiterated that the DMC advisors were ever committed to work for betterment Dimapur and its citizens and also towards improving the functioning of the civic office. He expressed gratitude to the entire staff reposing their support and faith on the advisors to achieve success in the past one year.
Nikhashe Sema, Chief Executive Officer, DMC, in his speech lauded the advisors for looking into the welfare of the DMC staff, which is very important for the wellbeing of the city. He appealed to the staff to show sincerity in their duties as the advisors have concern for them. Advisor Hokuto Zhimo also spoke on the occasion while Ganesh, on behalf of DMC staff thanked the advisors for being able to clear all the liabilities, most importantly the CPF and gratuity of the staff.

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