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Kohima DPDB reviews recasting of iconic project

Kohima DPDB reviews recasting of iconic project
DC Kohima, Mohammed Ali Shihab. A chairing the DPDB meeting held on October 15 at Kohima. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/15/2020 1:13:19 PM IST

Kohima district planning & development board (DPDB) was held at DPDB’s conference hall, Kohima on October 15, under the chairmanship of new deputy commissioner, Kohima Mohammed Ali Shihab. A.

According to DIPR report, Ali Shihab said that it was a privilege and honour to work with all the dedicated and sincere officers of Kohima district. DPDB being an important platform where various issues can be discussed by the members, he requested them to take it seriously and attend the meeting regularly. He hoped that the platform would be fruitful for the betterment and upliftment of all round development of the district. He further sought full cooperation of each member in the present task of combating with COVID pandemic and conducting the Election and also in all the development activities of the district.

In regard to the forthcoming by-election to 14th Southern Angami I A/C, DC urged each and every member of DPDB to sensitise the people in their respective areas to follow the protocols and SOPs strictly for prevention of the COVID disease. He also called upon all concerned to take their responsibilities and challenges effectively to have free, fair and safe election in the district.

Board also took up the agenda on recasting of iconic project under 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 and further decided to approve  as follows:  Under 15th Southern Angami-II A/C, “Construction of rostrum at R. Khel, Viswema” to be replaced with “Construction of Waiting Shed”;  under 10th Northern Angami-I A/C, “Children’s park at Ziekezou Kohima village” to be replaced with “Approach road from Kohima village ground to government Primary Health Centre at Ziekezou Kohima village” and under 2020-2021 “Connection of road from Potter Lane to AG road” to be replaced with “Completion of pay and use toilet, opposite Ao Church” under 9th Kohima town A/C.

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