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DPDB meetings held in various districts

Wokha | Publish Date: 2/10/2021 11:17:09 AM IST

Wokha District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting for the month of February 2021 was held at DC’s conference hall on February 9. Vice Chairman, DPDB & deputy commissioner, Wokha, Orenthung Lotha chaired the meeting.

According to DIPR report, assistant manager (IPPB), Nabin Kar gave a presentation on the benefits of Indian Postal payment Bank (IPPB). He also highlighted on the products offered such as regular and basic saving account and current accounts, doorstep banking (bank service to be provided in the village itself), DBT and remittance (student scholarships and govt. schemes), fund transfers, etc, AEPS-money withdrawal from any bank through aadhaar no, DTH recharge and mobile recharge.

Chief executive officer (NSRO), Surenthung Enny also highlighted on the establishment of the NSRO.

Further, the board recommended and forwarded to the state government for approval for establishing the office of NSRO.

Tuensang: Tuensang DPDB meeting was held on February 9 at DC’s conference hall under the chairmanship of DC and vice chairman DPDB Tuensang, Kumar Ramnikant.

According to DIPR report, the meeting started with a review of previously discussed minutes on registration of societies for PwDs and Eastern Nagaland Agri & Allied Farmer Association. On recommendation and verification of the concerned department, it was decided to forward to government for further procedures.  Agenda discussed included upgrading of Noksen SDO (C) to ADC, resumption of NST bus service from Tuensang to Noksen, invitation of all wards union Tuensang town during the town road construction to which TTC Administrator, ADC Tuensang, Ajit Kumar Verma highlighted the need of temporary shifting of water pipelines and vegetable vendors of daily market during the market area road construction activities.  

DC & vice chairman announced taking over of portion of NH 202 by NHIDCL where he also mentioned the need of sitting with NHDICL authorities for planning and execution.

Executive engineer, national highways Tuensang, supplemented for cooperation of the public with the company for swift execution of the work.

DC also highlighted on the district’s COVID-19 vaccination drive activities headed by Medical Department and updated the number of registration of frontline workers done so far and also asked for cooperation to the department since it was a huge task.

Renovation of badminton stadium led by the Officers Club Tuensang will begin by February 25, 2021.

Earlier, Agriculture Department and Tuensang Town Council gave a PowerPoint presentation on all its schemes, programmes, activities, implementations and management. BBBP Tuensang also distributed table calendars in the meeting.

Phek: Phek DPDB meeting was held on February 10 under the chairmanship of DC and vice-chairman DPDB, Phek, Razuovolie Dozo at Phek DPDB conference hall. He encouraged the members to attend DPDB meeting regularly and share their departmental problems.

The house discussed the naming of conference hall at Phek Civil Hospital as Late Dr. Wetshelo T Mero which was approved and recommended to the higher authority. Earlier, DIO Phek, Dr. Kolhitso highlighted the status report of vaccination in the district.

Mokokchung: Monthly meeting of DPDB Mokokchung district was held on February 10, 11 a.m. at NIC conference hall Mokokchung under the chairmanship of NLA speaker & chairman DPDB Mokokchung district, Shariangain Longkumer.

Due to the pandemic, the meeting was held through video conference. The members present were minister Technical & Housing, Tongpang Ozukum, advisor Industries & Commerce & NIDC, Imnatiba, Imkong L Imchen MLA, ADC Mokokchung, SP Mokokchung, administrative officers and district HODs and members from civil organisation.

At the outset of the meeting, the house reviewed the last DPDB meeting minus held on September 22. On the agendas, the DPDB approved and recommended for setting up a committee to work on translation of the village council Act Nagaland to Ao dialect to ensure empowerment and greater understanding of the Act to the village administration.

The meeting also stressed on the importance of disseminating information regarding schemes and projects both central and state being implemented in the district.

All implementing departments were requested to report the status by next DPDB meeting. On sensitisation complaining and abuse of social media, the superintendent of Police Mokokchung suggested the action plan being initiated by Police Department to be implemented in the near future.

The house discussed augmentation of water supply to Mokokchung Town under Mokokchung district wherein, PHED Mokokchung, Er. Yanger submitted the proposal which was approved and forwarded for further necessary steps to the government.

The house also discussed the intervention to develop dairying under Mokokchung district which was put-up by Mokokchung district dairy farmers. The house agreed in principle to initiate and take steps for the development of dairy farming in the district.

The meeting also recommended setting up of a committee under the chairmanship of chairman/vice chairman DPDB with members as Dr. Simon a representative from the district veterinary office and other members from the committee.

On this, chairman DPDB stressed on the important of developing dairy farming in the district and urged the house to pursue the project on war footing. The house also reviewed the construction of P Shilu Ao park Mokokchung and directed urban development officer to bring out a detailed report on the expenditure and fund requirement to be presented before the DPDB members.

ADC Tuli, Imsongmeren reported on dilapidated condition of Kendriya Vidyalaya Tuli. The board requested ADC Tuli to prepare and submit a detailed status of the school to chairman DPDB for further steps.

The house also approved the following; Cassava cultivation project at Ungma village to be approved and sent to concerned department and the nomenclature of Oriental School to Bridges Academy, Changtongya was also approved. 

After thorough deliberation the house approved the registration of the following new societies: Mokokchung Sumi Community; Asem Tsuri Rogo Society, Lirmen village.

The meeting also held discussion on present status of ICIT Mokokchung & possibilities of future upgrading on which Er. Lanusenla briefed on the agenda.

On plight of traffic congestion in Mokokchung, the house recommended bringing out proper road mapping by urban development office to ease the traffic congestion.

Further, DPDB requested District Administration to strictly monitor constructions of buildings along the town road and ensure proper parking spaces.

Chairman DPDB also recommended setting up of  two committees under MMC Mokokchung to look into the possibilities of road widening & expansion and under SP Mokokchung to work out modalities and plan for parking arrangement. 

The committee was requested to formulate plans and tendon with Mokokchung Vision 2040. 

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