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Mon DPDB meeting held

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/15/2019 11:29:47 AM IST

Mon District Planning Development Board (DPDB) meeting for the month of June was held at DC’s conference hall under the chairmanship of Pohwang Konyak DPDB chairman & advisor Fire & Emergency Services, SIRD, and Relief & Rehabilitation on June 15. 

According to DIPR report, Pohwang Konyak stated that in Nagaland there were no wine stores but many people are consuming liquor where the Nagas are spending more than 25 crores in a year for buying liquors to other states.
He also requested the members to check and verify departments regarding schemes and construction in the district and give clearance certificates only if found completed. Pohwang Konyak invited all the members to bring departmental problems, difficulties and pending issues so that the board can take up the matters. 
During the meeting, the house approved and recommended creation of Tapi block under the department of Rural Development, renaming of Government Higher Secondary School Mon ‘D’ to Khaopa Higher Secondary School, Mon and registration of Genesis Project at Tobu.
ADC Mon, Hiazu Meru requested all the officials posted at Mon district to start innovative works and also requested the departments to submit departmental activities including local needs in the district.
Dr. Shasinle Tep, DPO (UIP/RCH) CMO Office, Mon gave a presentation on the topic, “Rotavirus Vaccine – introduction”.
The board also condoled the sudden demise of late Imnasangba, SDO (PHED) Mon who was a member of DPDB, Mon. In honouring the departed member, all the DPDB board members stood up for one minute silent prayer.
Meanwhile, Noke Wangnao advisor for Social Welfare, Home Guards & Civil Defence also condoled the demise of late Imnasangba Ao. Noke in a condolence stated that late Imnasangba was an officer who was close to the hearts of the Konyak tribe and that he will always be remembered. He conveyed deepest condolence to the bereaved family and pray that the departed soul rest in peace. 
 

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