Various districts hold DPDB meetings

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/10/2018 12:54:40 PM IST

Various district (and sub-division) departments have been holding their monthly Planning and Development Board meeting in Nagaland. Following are the reports from Zunheboto, Tuensang and Wokha.

Zunheboto: The monthly meeting of District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) Zunheboto was held on August 10 at the DC’s Conference Hall, Zunheboto with advisor for Tourism and Art & Culture and chairman DPDB Zunheboto, Khehovi as the chairman.

A DIPR report said that the board observed a minute’s silence for the victims of natural calamities in Nagaland along with a prayer said by Rev. Hukugha, executive secretary SBAK Nito Mount.

Last month’s meeting was reviewed and LADP 2018-19 was finalized. Up-gradation of town council, Suruhuto from an ad-hoc town council was agreed to by the house. Proposal for up-gradation of Satakha PHC to CHC was deliberated and approved for further process by the government.

CMO Zunheboto, Dr. CW Tungoe gave a slideshow presentation on the activities of the Medical department where he highlighted the grievances of the department such as the need for a new CMO building in Zunheboto and complete electrical wiring of District Hospital Zunheboto. During the discussion, ADC Satakha requested for a regular doctor at PHC Satakha and also said that Satoi under Satakha has been completely cut off by landslides.

DC Zunheboto, Shanavas C informed the members that the administration had submitted a detailed report on the drowning of 5 children at Aghunato to the government and that the state government was going to give ex-gratia to the victims’ families.

The meeting for the month of September will be held on September 10 where the department of PHE and DRDA will give slideshow presentations.

Tuensang: District Planning and Development Board Tuensang held its monthly meeting on August 10 at the DC’s Conference Hall under the chairmanship of L. Jamithung Lotha, DC & vice chairman DPDB Tuensang.

A DIPR report said that after reviewing the last month meeting minutes, the board discussed and approved the creation of Tsuthu Village under Shamator Circle, registration of Trongtsa Cultural Society Yakor Village and opening a new branch office of Printing and Stationery in Tuensang. The house also discussed the road conditions in and around Tuensang District. The department of Health and Family Welfare, Tuensang highlighted the departmental activities through a slideshow presentation.

On roads, Er. Menanglepden, EE (R&B) informed the meeting that the road block between Noksen-Tuensang, Chessor-Helipong and Tuensang-Longleng will be cleared in two days. The chairman also said that interested departments could come forward and open exhibition stalls for the forthcoming Independence Day celebrations. The next slideshow presentation will be given by Sao Chang College, Tuensang.

Wokha: The monthly District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held on August 9 at the Deputy Commissioner’s Conference Hall, Wokha. The meeting was chaired by vice-chairman DPDB and DC Wokha, Dr. Manazir Jeelani Samoon. Advisor for Horticulture, Mhathung Yanthan also attended the meeting.

According to DIPR, CMO Wokha, Dr. Robin Lotha informed the board about the requirement of a doctor at Moilan, the concerned medical officer being on study leave. He also apprised the board that Ralan area needed one more PHC and he requested the villages under the area to submit a representation for onward submission.

E.E. (Power), Abenthung Ngullie informed the board that Sanis Transmission Centers has already been constructed and is operational, and for Sungro and Lakhuti he has submitted the proposal to the higher authorities.

Regarding DHEP Doyang, settlement of land issues and maintenance of law and order, revival of ADC HQs Doyang was also deliberated by the board and approved for administrative convenience.

The DC also directed the allied departments to visit flood affected places and prepare an assessment damage report.

Further the Deputy Commissioner appealed to all employees, colonies/wards and the general public to take part in the mass social work scheduled to be held on August 11 starting from 8 a.m and added that attendance for all government employees would be taken on that day and action will be initiated against absentees. 

He also requested all head of offices to donate books to the recently inaugurated district public library.

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