Committed to bring change: Ozukum

Committed to bring change: Ozukum
Tongpang Ozukum with others during the site inspection.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/7/2019 11:53:57 AM IST

Minister of PWD, Tongpang Ozukum said that he was committed to bring change in all aspects, based on honesty and transparency and will continue to strive for result oriented development to the people. 

The minister said this during his visit to the proposed site for upgradation of primary health centres in Phangsang and Mongsenyimti villages on July 6, stated in a press release issued by minster’s press secretary, Imliyanger Aier. 

Informing the gathering on the step taken by the  government to introduce health and wellness centres at Phangsang PHC and Mongsenyimti PHC, Tongpang asked the land owners and village council members to continue to cooperate with the government. He also asked them to allow a free hand to the departments so that development takes place at the earliest.

Reiterating PDA government vision to bring change in all spectrum through development, Tongpang said the PDA government under the leadership of Neiphui Rio, was dedicated to bring all round development across the state. 

He thanked the villagers, especially the councils and landowners for coming forward selflessly for the common benefit of the area people. He also appreciated the medical department for upgrading Phangsang sub-centre to PHC which he said, was a much needed blessing for the six villages under Phangsang area.

Deputy director H&FW, Dr. Kika Longkumer in his address appealed to the council members and leaders to continue with the same spirit by cooperating with the department especially on land issues so that primary care and infrastructure can be installed at the earliest.

CMO Mokokchung, Dr. Chubala thanked the minister for personally visiting the proposed sites for PHC sites despite his busy schedule. She also asked the area people to use the facilities offered by the government judiciously and with care as it belongs to all.

 Earlier, short speeches were delivered by S.Simon, chairman Adhoc Town Committee, Phangsang and Ngangshi, president, Phangsang area. The minister was accompanied by officials from PWD, medical departments and district administration. 


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