Acquisition of land should be given priority: Er. Levi

Tseminyu, April 14 (DIPR): Tseminyu Sub-Divisional Planning & Development Board meeting was held on April 10 at ADC’s Conference Hall, Tseminyu. Deputy Speaker Nagaland, Er. Levi Rengma chaired the meeting. During discussion on developmental activities within the sub-division, the last meeting minutes were thoroughly reviewed.


Er. Levi stated that acquisition of land should be given priority and for this matter, the public, at whose disposal the land lies, should be open for the government to channel in the developmental activities. “It will be unfortunate if development and up-gradation under different departments of the government are hindered due to shortage of land just because of a person who does not want to give his land,” he added.


The board also proposed and approved to have a 2 day training on office procedure for clerical staffs of all the head of offices under Tseminyu sub-division which will be imparted by the senior government retired officers. He also stated that the expenses incurred during the training will be contributed by him and requested all the concerned departments to be present for the training. He also asked the board members to prepare and present their department works programme for the year 2015-16 where by the requirement and grievances can be addressed with due priority.


It further approved to institute incentives for the best performing units of VEC, VEMB, VHC, WATSAN/Anganwadi/ASHA workers and ATMA project/Units, KVK projects etc under the sub-division. It was also approved to conduct a mass social work supervised by the heads of offices in all 8 wards of Tseminyu Town in the month of April. Trucks for garbage collection and dumping will be provided by PWD and TTC, it added. PHED as the Nodal dept was asked by the house whether launching of the Swaach Bharat programme in Tseminyu can coincide on the same day of the social work. Fishery department presented its departmental profile during the meeting; Agri & Allied department were asked to present their departmental profiles in the next board meeting.