Thursday, October 6, 2022

Pochury community to pursue dist demand

A consultative meet of Pochury community under the aegis of Pochury Hoho on Saturday pledged to tirelessly pursue the issue of a separate district with oneness cutting across party lines till the goal was achieved.
In a statement, Pochury Hoho president Chonpa Jerry and general secretary Sierhosie said that the long-pending demand for a separate district was side-lined and neglected by the State government, which pained the hearts of the members of the community.
The meeting thanked legislator Yitachu for showing his deep concern and supporting the hoho’s demand in this regard. The House also expressed gratitude to Pochury Gazetted Officers’ Forum (PGOF) and Meluri Village Council for assuring to give financial assistance and intellectual inputs to the district demand, besides appreciating MAPO for assuring to provide sufficient land if any requisition was made by the government for setting up district headquarters.
It was also decided that the draft paper by PGOF would be submitted to the government through Meluri ADC with reference to earlier memorandum and submit the same on February 15 as part of the silent procession.
As the memorandum would be signed by all VCCs and head GBs of every village along with all frontal organization, the meeting directed all VCCs and head GBs to reach the Hoho’s conference hall on February 15 at 10 am along with their seals.
It was also decided that the draft paper of PGOF would be submitted to hoho office before February 12. The House also decided that further action plan on district demand would be initiated by Pochury Hoho. Representatives of PGOF, PMA, PSU, PGBU, PIL, PPO, KAPO, MAPO and office bearers and executive members of Pochury Hoho took part in the consultative meeting.
During the meeting, Pochury Hoho president Chonpa Jerry dwelt at length on the activities of hoho pertaining to the district demand issue. The meeting was chaired by hoho’s vice-president Lazithu and vote of thanks was pronounced by hoho’s information secretary Sathosie. It concluded with a mass prayer.