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Mass social work conducted across the state

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/4/2019 11:45:55 AM IST

As part of the pre-monsoon preparedness, a wide mass social work was conducted throughout the state on May 4, for awareness and preparedness against disasters during the forthcoming monsoon.

Mokokchung: Mass social work was carried out at Mokokchung District under the supervision and initiative of DC Mokokchung, Rajesh Soundararajan. On the occasion the DC appealed to all not to block drains but to keep themclear so that water can flow freely and dispose the wastematerials in proper places. He also appealed not to dump or stock building and storage materials on roads and drains. The DC thanked all those who had participated and contributed towards the success of the socialwork programme.The social work was carried out with active participation from ward councils, Mokokchung Municipal Council (MMC), government departments, NGOs including Clean Mokokchung Campaign, a team under Mokokchung Town  Baptist Arogo (MTBA) collected plastic wastematerials (Recyclable materials) which will be sent for recycling plant. The DC also visited the landslide area along Mokokchung-Mariani road under Mekuli village jurisdiction which has hindered vehicular movement. He had a consultation with the officialsfrom the concerned Department to maintain the road at the earliest sothat vehicular movement along the route will not be disrupted.

Wokha: Wokha conducted social work in the all the colonies and government offices focused on clearance of all clogged drains, culverts, natural waterways to ensure free flow of water in order to avoid flash floods and damage of infrastructure. Machineries were used to clear clogged drains and vehicles were also detailed in all the colonies and wards for picking up of garbage and waste.Officers were also deputed in all the colonies for monitoring the social work. DC Wokha, Dr. Manazir Jeelani Samoon visited colonies to supervise the works.

Mon: Mon district organised a mass social work participated by district administration and public. They took active part in cleaning respective wards, clearing clogged drains, culverts and roads. 

Kiphire: During the mass social work at Kiphire, the community of Kiphire town especially the people in business establishments came out and actively took part in the social work keeping in mind the environmental concerns. The participants also cleared clogged drain to prevent damage during heavy rainfall.

Peren: Peren district carried out mass social work at new district HQ Peren, at all townships and rural areas under Peren district. All HoDs successfully complied with the decision of the government to ensure the public from dangers of disaster in the district. 

Zunheboto: Zunheboto district carried out mass social work in both urban and rural sectors and staff from all the departments as well as public participated in the mass social work led by ADC Zunheboto, Ajit Kumar Ranjan. 

Phek: Denizens from all walks of life participated in the mass social work and cleared up debris and garbage and also cleared up the surroundings of the town. DC Phek, Sachin Jaiswal, thanked the people of Phek town for the actively participating in the successfully conduct of mass social work.

Tuensang: Tuensang district also organised a wide mass social work, wherein heads of offices were deployed to supervise the social work ward-wise. The activities included clearing of clogged drainage, culvert, natural water ways and mass cleanliness drive of the town. District administration also directed to clear all the broken-down vehicles kept by the road side. District administration called on all the denizens of Tuensang to take responsibility and make Tuensang safer and greener. Giving all out efforts, citizens had participated in mass social work in their respective area responsibly as a step against disasters during the forth-coming monsoon.

Pughoboto: Pughoboto citizens took part in the cleanliness drive in all the colonies and offices under the supervision of the district administration. The residents of the colony cleaned the clogged drains, footpath, thick weeds, bottles, polythene bags etc. Jawans from DEF and 8 NAP Pughoboto and Adhoc town council members also took part in disposal of garbage and waste.

Changtongya: Changtongya town under the supervision of MoakumzukTzudir, SDO (C) Changtongya took part in the social work. Apart from government officials, people from all walks of life participated in the mass social work by cleaning their respective wards which was monitored by the ward chairmen and GBs. 

Shamator: The citizens of Shamator town took charge of their own wards, institutions, business establishment area and offices and conducted mass social work which was supervised by district administration. Social work has been conducted every first Saturday of the month in Shamator sub-division since October 2018. 

Longkhim: Mass social work was held at Longkhim town led by district administration. All the staff from different departments and public from all wards participated in clearing drainage, surroundings and filling potholes in and around Longkhim town.

Tening: Tening under Peren district took part in the state-wide mass social work on Saturday. The officers and staff of the government offices undertook cleanliness drive in their respective offices. The public also took part in their own respective colonies/wards.

Tseminyu: Mass social work was conducted all over Tseminyu sub-division both in urban towns and rural villages.  Government employees and public of various wards and colonies participated in the social work, supervised by ADC and his sub-ordinate officers and GBs.

Bhandari: In Bhandari town the work was carried out by filling the potholes, and clearance of unnecessary bushes and clogged drainage. All the departments and colonies took part in the mass social work.

Thonoknyu: Thonoknyu held a mass social work along with the rest of the state for strengthening awareness and preparedness against vulnerable disasters for the forthcoming monsoon. General public and Govt. staff, DBs and GBs participated in the mass social work.

Medziphema: Medziphema sub-division enthusiastically took part in the state wide mass social work. Medziphema Town Council, CIH (Central Institute of Horticulture) and well-wishers provided trucks, tractor, mini tata and JCB for cleaning and clearing the garbage and drainages. Government employees and the public participated in the mass social work. During the social work, the district administration also buried the four buffaloes which had died due to outbreak of an epidemic disease.

Longleng: Mass social work in Longleng was conducted on May 4 under supervision of district administration. Government officials, NGOs & civil societies, churches, Chamber of Commerce & business community, educational institutions, ward leaders and the general mass of Longleng took active participation during the mass social work. 

NHHDC Ltd Dimapur: Nagaland Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation (NHHDC Ltd) taking part in mass social work at its office premises, Dimapur on Saturday.

MVCC Kohima: Mountain View Christian College (MVCC) Kohima also conducted the social work at its campus on May 4 participated by management and faculty of the college. (DIPR)

Nuiland sub-division: ADC, Niuland sub-division led the mass social work on May 4, wherein all the departments, schools and business establishments under Niuland sub-division took part in the social work with emphasis to clear all drainage/nullahs, culverts and natural waterways to prevent clogging and flooding during monsoon season. 

Zuvotong colony, Wokha: Residents of Zuvotong Colony led by colony council, GBs and ZCYO cleared the clogged drains and culverts at Zuvotong Colony Wokha. (NP) 

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