Monday, October 3, 2022

DPDB Dimapur holds monthly meeting

District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) Dimapur held a meeting for the month of June on Friday.
According to a DPRO Dimapur report, the new chairman of DPDB Dimapur, Moatoshi, MLA, urged upon the officers to inculcate a civic sense among the public in order to keep the city clean.
Addressing the first DPDB meeting after bifurcation of Dimapur district, Moatoshi asked the board members to work diligently by contributing through action and verbal inputs over and above their normal duties for the betterment of Dimapur district.
Dubbing Dimapur as “the most happening district in terms of floods, clogged drains, lacking of civic sense by the general public etc.”, Moatoshi expressed hope that collective effort, the face of Dimapur could be changed.
In this regard, he sought for collective suggestions and positive criticisms. The DPDB chairman also proposed for purchasing a truck mounted with street sweeping machine through the common pool fund and construction of more toilets through Swacch Bharat scheme.
Speaking at the meeting, deputy commissioner (DC) Dimapur, Rajesh Soundararajan acknowledged all the members under Dimapur district for being supportive in DPDB related activities.
He advised them to continue rendering their best services and to set an example for all the DPDBs.
Meanwhile, chief medical officer (CMO) Dimapur highlighted in brief about the COVID-19 scenario and vaccination status of the district.
Other agenda included recommendation for upgradation and shifting of some schools. The members also recommended proposal for opening few new schools and grant-in-aid for St. John Higher Secondary Residential School, Indisen village.
Proposals for registration of societies were also recommended by the board members.
LADP 2022-23 schemes for Dimapur I, II and III were also recommended by the board since all the proposals were in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the Planning department.