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Longleng DPDB discusses illegal immigration

Longleng DPDB discusses illegal immigration
S. Pangnyu Phom speaking at the Longleng DPDB meeting on August 18. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/20/2018 10:08:39 AM IST

The Longleng District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held under the chairmanship of chairman DPDB & minister Health & Family Welfare, S. Pangnyu Phom on August 18 at DC’s conference hall.

A DIPR report said that addressing the meeting, Pangnyu Phom lauded the DPDB members under the leadership of the deputy commissioner & vice chairman DPDB for initiating development activities in the right perspectives and redressing various issues of the district. Asserting that illegal immigrats were likely to enter Longleng after the success of the NRC in Assam, Pangnyu appealed to the district administration, Police, NGOs, Church and civil society to keep vigil and conduct ILP verification drives jointly to stop all illegal immigration.

He also urged the locals to not harbor illegal immigrats or approach the district administration to seek ILP on their behalf. He asked the competent authority to check ILP defaulters, validity and proper documentation for issue of ILP.     

In connection with landownership of Longleng, Pangnyu informed the board that landowners had been compensated for donating their land for the district headquarter and appealed to the landowners to not create hindrances to any developmental activities. He told the district administration to cancel all land permits issued to private individuals from government land. DC, John Tsulise Sangtam lauded the medical department of Longleng for successfully conducting medial camps at Longleng and Tamlu under BBBP in commemoration of the Independence Day celebrations. He reported that 1159 women and girl children registered and availed free medical facilities in the successful camp.

After reviewing the last meeting minutes and a briefing on the Local Area Development Programme (LADP) aspects by the chairman, the board unanimously approved the proposed schemes and projects submitted by the elected members under LADP 2018-19 amounting to Rs. 83.75 Lakhs each for 49 A/C Tamlu and 50 A/C Longleng and Rs. 30 Lakhs under the common poll.

 

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