Mass social work reports from across state

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/12/2018 11:32:04 AM IST

 In response to a government directive to conduct a mass social work drive across the state, various organizations, councils, departments etc. cleaned up their localities, towns and villages on August 11. Following are some additional reports of the drive from across the state.

Kohima: Kohima District Administration along with Kohima Municipal Council on August 11, beginning 7 a.m, was a part of the state wide mass social work drive. The social work was conducted in and around the town and in all the 19 wards by involving various government departments, ward panchayats and other organisations.
The District Administration led by DC Kohima, Rajesh Soundararajan inspected the social work in and around the town. The DC acknowledged all the departments, KMC, AYO and ward panchayats for extending their cooperation and support in the endeavour. He also acknowledged the Nagaland Contractor Suppliers Union (NCSU) for assisting in the social work by providing seven dumpers and five backhoes and other logistics, helping make it a success. (DIPR)
Medziphema: Under the initiative of the state government, social work was conducted from 7 a.m at Medziphema sub-division for the forth coming Independence Day celebrations. All the government departments, private organizations and individuals took part in the drive. Clearing of drainage, foliage and dirt in the ward and colonies were monitored by, and done with the assistance of, the Gaon Buras and Dobashis. Offices were also cleaned by the staff of departments. Mini trucks of Medziphema Town Council helped in disposing the garbage. (DIPR)
Kiphire: Kiphire District, in spite of fog, actively participated in the mass social work held on August 11. Departments actively participated in mass social work cleaning their respective office premises. Guest house colony Kiphire also collected garbage from the road side and disposed them off. (DIPR)
Zunheboto: Mass social work was held in Zunheboto under the supervision of the district administration on August 11, where the public cleaned their colonies and surroundings, and the government staff in the district also cleaned their respective office premises. (DIPR)
Bhandari: Bhandari sub-divison, in response to the call by the government in preparation for the upcoming Independence day celebrations, conducted a mass social work drive on August 11 under the supervision of ADC Bhandari, Tiameren Chang. During the one-day social work, road side blocked drainages, water logged areas and minor land-slides within the town were cleared by the public with the assistance of a backhoe. Besides filling up potholes and jungle clearing along the road stretches, garbage from the colonies were disposed off. Heads of offices along with GBs were assigned specific areas to supervise the work. (DIPR)
Peren: Peren district conducted mass social work on August 11, 2018 in all the villages and towns. The program was organized as directed by the state government to keep the district clean. All residents, both government servants and general public, participated in the drive. (DIPR)
Also Peletkie Students’ Union (PSU) Peren district, Nagaland conducted social services in various parts of Peren district on August 11, under the theme, “Social service is service to oneself” as part of its golden jubilee celebration year (the celebrations scheduled for December 2018). In a press release, PSU president, Bamsina Chamlak and social and cultural secretary, Kenrakpe stated that PSU as per its resolution passed during its last meeting conducted social services in different circles and locations such as Peletkie village, Peren, Jalukie towns and Deukwaram village. The union stated that apart from students, the elders, parents and citizens of Peletkie also actively took part in the union’s activities carried out at various locations. 
The PSU in conjunction with the Peren district administration collaborated with the state government’s directive to conduct mass social work in the district at Peren town. PSU carried out its social work at Peren town local football ground as assigned by the district administration. 
Meanwhile, PSU Jalukie circle cleaned up the compound in and around the Community Health Centre (CHC) Jalukie town. The work began with a prayer by elder, Inswabe; words of encouragement and gratitude were delivered by SMO CHC Jalukie and PSU finance secretary, Kirangbe Kenn, and the work culminated with a prayer from the union’s first president, Pauhia Kenn. PSU Peletkie circle and Deukwaram circle also cleaned up the entire village areas and streets. PSU also expressed its gratitude to all the elders, parents, citizens and well wishers.

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