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BJYM adopts area for beautification and maintenance in Dimapur

BJYM adopts area for beautification and maintenance in Dimapur
Minister of health and family welfare, Pangnyu Phom, advisor, power, Tovihoto Ayemi and Deputy Commissioner, Sushil Kumar Patel along with others in Dimapur. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, OCT 2 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/2/2018 11:46:49 AM IST

State Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) to adopt a stretch of land alongside PWD road near Dimapur Club to mark the culmination of the state-wide ‘Swatchta Hi Seva’  on Tuesday. 

The MoU was signed by BJYM president Benjamin Yepthomi and DMC administrator, Moa Sangtam. 

As part of the DMC’s project-- “A better Dimapur”, BJYM has taken the responsibility to beautify and maintain the adopted area which has for long been a dumping zone for people in the vicinity.

Speaking on the occasion as the special guest, minister of Health and Family Welfare, S. Pangnyu Phom appealed to party workers, the district administration, various NGOs and local bodies to unite to keep the city clean and green.

Stating that it was the vision of Mahatma Gandhi to keep the country green and clean, Pangnyu said the Narendra Modi led government at the centre also has a lot of visions for the country and those dreams can be achieved through the concerted efforts of the people. 

Advisor for Power, Tovihoto Ayemi who also spoke on the occasion, appealed to those present and the public at large to make the Swacthta mission a lifestyle, adding that a clean environment will ensure a healthy life. 

On the Swatch Bharat initiative, he said there have been changes in the last 4 years brought about by the active participation of stakeholders and citizens.

DMC administrator, Moa Sangtam also called for a community participation to keep Dimapur clean. Stating that people cannot depend on the district administration alone, he said the people have to do their part too.  

BJP state secretary and coordinator of Swachh Bharat, Khevishe Achumi, his address said that the initiative of the BJYM serves as a precedent for other political parties to follow suit. 

He added that Swatch Bharat has nothing to do with a party or communal politics but awakening people to a hygienic lifestyle.  

The programme began with an inauguration of the site by Deputy Commissioner of Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel.

Invocation prayer was delivered by Senti Imchen while the programme was chaired by state BJYM vice president, Inoto Kinimi.

A host BJP youth wing functionaries led by its president Benjami Yepthomi and leaders from various communities and prominent personalities attended the programme.

Organizations that took part include-- Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, Team Clean Dimapur, BJP party workers, Jain Samaj, Bengali Samaj, Sikh Samaj, Rotary Club, Nagaland Bhojpuri Samaj, Gorkha Hindu Milan Sewa Sangh, Gorkha Youth Club Dimapur and Muslim Council Dimapur.

 

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