Dimapur DPDB deliberates registration of societies

Dimapur, September 5 (DIPR): The monthly District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting of Dimapur district for the month of September was held on September 5 at the Conference Hall of the Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur.

The meeting was chaired by Deputy Commissioner Dimapur, Kesonyu Yhome, who is also the vice chairman of DPDB Dimapur. Initiating the meeting, Kesonyu welcomed all the members and also informed that Parliamentary Secretary for I&FC, Tovihoto has been appointed as the new Chairman for DPDB, Dimapur.

The Board after discussion and basing on the justifications given by the society representatives recommended for registration of the following societies: Dimapur District Timber Mill Owners’ Association; Missionaries of Societies; Yimrong Self Help Group, New Showuba Village; Angami Krotho Razhuphe Area, Dimapur and Living Hope Centre, Diphupar B Village. With regard to the agendas of opening of new schools and upgradation and shifting of schools, the house decided to await the reports of the concern committee constituted for verifying such proposals.

Apart from the agendas, DC, Dimapur requested all the members present to ensure that the Department employees get their Aadhaar card linked to their bank accounts. He categorically reminded the ICDS and Health and Family Welfare departments to check the percentage of linkages, stating that 100 percent linkages for Ashas and Anganwadi workers should be done within the next one month or 45 days at the most. That is the goal set for Dimapur district, he said.

Further, on behalf of all the Board members, Yhome requested the Urban Development Department to expedite the construction of Dhansiri Bridge to give respite to the citizens of the district. As entrusted, the Lead Bank and the Urban Development Department gave their departmental presentation through a power point. The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks from the chair.



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