New office of ADS Dimapur inaugurated

New office of ADS Dimapur inaugurated
Director Food and Civil Supply, Asangla Imti along with department officials after unveiling the plaque of the ADS office Dimapur on August 10. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/10/2020 1:29:15 PM IST

Advisor of Food and Civil Supplies, Pukhayi Sumi virtually inaugurated the new office building of assistant director of Supply at Dimapur on August 10.

According to DIPR report, in his virtual speech which was projected on a screen, Phukayi congratulated the director Food and Civil Supply Nagaland, Asangla Imti and her team, engineering wing, contractor, ADS Dimapur and all involved for successful completion of the office building with quality workmanship within the timeframe. 

Further, Phukayi extended appreciation and complimented the departmental officers, staff, field officers, workers for successful completion of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) phase 1, Atma Nirbhar Bharat (ANB) in all districts besides the regular schemes. “In this time of uncertainity, where our lives are insecure and at stake, the department has done exemplary/commendable job of ensuring availability of foodgrains all over the state, without interrupting supply chain despite facing hurdles and challenges and practical constraints”, the advisor maintained.

Reminding that service to man was service to God, Phukayi appealed to all the officers, staff, fieldworkers and stakeholders for keeping up the noble work while implementing PMGKAY II and the other regular schemes. He also advised them to follow the 3 golden rules ie social distancing, hand hygiene and wearing mask as a preventive measure to stay away from Corona.

Marking the day, director Asangla Imti unveiled the plaque of the ADS Dimapur office building on behalf of advisor Phukayi Sumi. Asangla who conducted the inaugural session, informed that the programme was being held virtually for maintaining social distancing. Although we have realised that the pandemic would stay with us for good, yet it has also given us the advantage to be more IT savy and upgrade ourselves technologically, Asangla observed.

Junior engineer, F&CS, presented the technical report. The total project cost of 1.0 crore and total work order amounting to Rs.88 lakhs was awarded to M/S Temjentemsu (class I government registered contractor) he informed. Rev Vitoshe Swu offered the dedicatory prayer. ADS Supply Dimapur, Kavito Sema, department officials, officials from FCI and others attended the programme.

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