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Monthly DPDB meetings held in various districts

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/8/2018 2:41:36 AM IST

 Monthly District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) and Sub Divisional Planning & Development Board (SDPDB) meetings were held in various districts of Nagaland on August 6 and 7.

Peren DPDB: The monthly DPDB meeting of Peren district was held on August 6 at the conference hall of Deputy Commissioner Peren, under the chairmanship of advisor for Irrigation & Flood Control, Namri Nchang.

According to DIPR report, Deputy Commissioner and vice chairman DPDB Peren, S. Tainiu welcomed the newly posted officer, ADC Jalukie, Tino Chang. The board reviewed the previous meeting minute regarding establishment of foundation centre for differently abled persons at Jalukie and was approved and recommended. 

The proposal for up-gradation of Ikiesingram GMS to GHS and Ramzie Primary School to Elementary was differed to the next DPDB meeting. The board also approved the formation of officers club at Peren, considering the need of the officers posted in the district to have a common platform and to promote coordination and mutual understanding in the district. The club will be formed under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner.

The board also discussed and reviewed to adhere to the standing order for banning of logging, hunting and fishing within the district.  The department of tourism highlighted their departmental activities through power point presentation. 

Mokokchung DPDB: Mokokchung DPDB meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner & vice chairman DPDB, Sachin Jaiswal on August 7, at ADC planning conference hall, Mokokchung.

DC thanked all the departments, NGOs and all the agencies involved on the grand success of Tsungremmong Mini Hornbill Festival held in the district from August 1 to 3. Last meeting minutes regarding Independence Day programme was also reviewed.

SDO (C), M. Chaidanya Prasa, briefed the house in detail regarding parking of government funds with Nagaland Rural Bank, and requested all the departments to give priority to Rural Banks whenever parking of funds regarding any new schemes and programmes comes up in the future.

ADC Tuli, Imsongmeren briefed on the present Nagaland-Assam problem, which flared up due to setting up of a border outpost by Assam in the disputed area of Nagaland-Assam border. ADC suggested and proposed the house to ask government for creation of an independent border magistrate at Tuli.

DC also supplemented on the border issue saying that it is serious not only at Tuli but also in Mariani, Tsurangkong and Longchem block. He requested each and every member to be more vigilant and also educate the villages in the border area not to flare up issue unnecessarily and create problematic situation but to maintain peaceful and cordial atmosphere in the border area. The meeting included a power point presentation from Childline Mokokchung and the meeting concluded with vote of thanks from the chair.

Pughoboto SDPDB: Pughoboto SDPDB meeting was held under the chairmanship of SDPDB and MLA, Y. Vikheho Swu at the DB court hall, Pughoboto on August 7.

ADC Pughoboto, Phuleshe K. Yepthomi reviewed the meeting minutes and urged the officers to be in station to give assistance to the public. MO Dr. Alvis A Chikheh while giving power point presentation informed that in the 24 village covered by nine sub-centres, three PHC and one CHC. He explained on the meaning of meals and rubella and its vaccine. 

Responding to the medical official, MLA requested him to create “Doctor Help Line” in Pughoboto Sub-division and also directed the medical officials to be in station to save the patients’ life. After deliberating the difficulties of the patient in the division, the house decided to write a letter to the concerned department to immediately post the doctors for the replacement when transferred from their posting place. Swu also requested the Medical department to give another power point presentation in the next meeting.

MLA stated that funds for fuel will be provided regarding the roads in different localities affected by the flood. He added that normal allocation of fund should reach the division to maintain the roads. He urged the administration and the R&B department Pughoboto to submit the landslide area with photos to the Engineer-in-Chief and also workout the estimates and send letter to the NSDMA for their requirements through the DC Zunheboto for disaster management, as the Union MoS for Home, Kiren Rijiju has assured during his recent visit.

The board decided and agreed to request the DPDB Zunheboto to relieve or exempt from the common pool fund so as to develop Pughoboto division like other sub-divisions. The board also approved the LADP 2018-19.

The board also discussed on the drainage in town, headmaster and maths teacher in GHS, health centres in Pughoboto and water source. SDPDB chairman and his team Kaniho Swu also reviewed all LADP project starting from skill & entrepreneurship till date. 

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