Kiphire DPDB discusses banking and roads

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/5/2018 12:04:45 AM IST
The monthly meeting of the Kiphire District Planning & Development Board (DPDB ) & Felicitation program was held at the Deputy Commissioner’s Conference hall in Kiphire today. 
A DIPR report said that the board meeting was chaired by Deputy Commissioner Kiphire and Vice chairman DPDB Kiphire Mohammed Ali Shihab.
The DC introduced the state Bank of India general manager Gupta and his team from Guwahati who visited Kiphire district to give their support. Shihab told the officers that the district was privileged to have the SBI general manager in the meeting to hear grievances and suggestions.
SDO (C) Kiphire also highlighted lapses and shortage of staff in the district banks. He requested that Gupta and his team specially consider the Kiphire district bank and enhance the number of staff.
Responding to a query about why the bank was charging money from their customers to open accounts, Gupta clarified that some commissioned banks were charging nominal processing fees. He assured the board that infrastructure and equipment in the bank would be enhanced to meet requirements and solve the problems. 
The DPDB also formed a committee to examine the Customer Service Point (CSP) which will conduct monthly examinations and give reports about the biggest problems of the bank. 
Earlier, the meet also acknowledged meritorious students and awarded them with citations certificates and incentives.  Kiphire DPDB also acknowledged members who regularly attended the meeting and awarded them certificates.
The meeting also discussed setting up a carpentry unit at Sanphure and the board entrusted the Cooperative Society department with the responsibility to coordinate with the district administration to verify its feasibility. The DPDB also approved the shifting of the NST station to the new site. 
The board requested land owners to cooperate with one another in mutual understanding. Regarding the road repair work in Kiphire town the PWD department clarified that because of the monsoons the works were being hindered. At the same time, they said that the department had put up their proposal for road repairs of four and a half kilometres in Kiphire town and as soon as they get approval, they assured the meeting that they would give the town good roads.

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