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Dy. CM concludes assembly tour

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/10/2021 12:39:47 PM IST

Deputy chief minister, Y. Patton, during his three-day touring programme, visited 21 villages under his assembly constituency (37 Tyui A/C). On the final day of his tour on Wednesday, he covered Englan range, which consists of eight villages. 

According to dy.CMO media cell, the minister visited Government High School at Englan and interacted with the teachers and students and encouraged them to bring forth the best results among the government schools. He also assured to extend financial assistance for tables, desks and furniture items for the school. 

Earlier, Patton interacted with leaders of Women Self Help Groups of Englan Yingsung Federation, Wokha Block hailing from eight villages and covering more than 600 households. 

The federation is one of the three model Cluster Level Federation mentored by NSRLM. The women SHGs shared their commendable achievements and contributions towards uplifting rural communities and exuded confidence that deputy chief minister will help foster relationships in their collective aspirations for building holistic development and in community assets. 

In his short speeches at different villages, Patton reiterated that the ruling PDA government under the dynamic leadership of the chief minister Neiphiu Rio was a progressive and inclusive alliance and will complete full term. He assured that present PDA government will again come back to power even in the next elections. 

The dy.CM was accompanied by SP Wokha, PDA member Yanpos Murry and host of district and state BJP members.

Earlier, on March 9, the deputy chief minister inaugurated a community hall at Chukitong town. 

While delivering short speech, Patton said that during the last one-year developmental works came to a grinding halt due to the global COVID- 19 pandemic. He however, assured them that the PDA government under the dynamic leadership of the chief minister Neiphiu Rio was committed for the welfare of the people. 

He also said that when development projects are earmarked, it was for the people. “There is no ruling or opposition” in development, he added. Further, Patton assured to take up all their genuine grievances to appropriate authorities in the government. 

During his visit, the citizens of Chukitong range acknowledged and appreciated for his initiatives in various developmental activities particularly for Chukitong range. 

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