PMEGP aggrieved applicants withdraw 7-day ultimatum

DIMAPUR, NOV 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/21/2020 12:03:53 PM IST

Serve one-month ultimatum on KVIC  to release subsidy

Aggrieved applicants of Prime Ministers Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) 2015-16 batch under Longleng district while withdrawing the seven-day ultimatum served on the department of industries & commerce Nagaland on Saturday served a one-month ultimatum on the Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC) to release the pending subsidy.

In a press release, aggrieved PMEGY applicants Longleng president M Nyeilong Phom and secretary C Chuba Phom cautioned that failure to comply with their demand, the aggrieved applicants/beneficiaries would take up democratic protest till their demand was fulfilled. 
The aggrieved applicants stated that they had he meeting with District Industries Centre Longleng on November 20, 2020 at District Industry Office Longleng, wherein the aggrieved applicant decided to withdraw the seven-day deadline that expired on November 22, 2020.
They said that it was brought to the knowledge of the applicants/beneficiaries that Industries & Commerce Department Nagaland was only a facilitator between the KVIC Nagaland and PMEGP beneficiaries. Therefore, KVIC was the competent authority to disburse/release any margin money (subsidy) to PMEGP beneficiaries, they said.


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