‘Nagas are aspiring for an era of peace’

‘Nagas are aspiring for an era of peace’
DC Dimapur Sushil Kumar Patel, Commissioner Police Dimapur and other district officers with the IAS officers of 2017 batch in DC’s conference hall on January 13. (DIPR Photo)


IAS 2017 batch officers interact with officials as part of study tour


Dimapur, January 13 (MExN): As part of Bharat Dharshan (Winter Study Tour), 18 IAS 2017 batch officers reached Dimapur on January 11.


The young IAS officers held an interactive session on January 13 with Deputy Commissioner Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel, Commissioner Police Dimapur, Limasunep and other district officers in the conference Hall of DC Dimapur.


During the interactive session, Commissioner Police Dimapur, while highlighting on the present situation of Dimapur district informed them that the level of violence in the district has come down and is peaceful. “Nagas are aspiring for an era of peace,” he maintained.


Assistant Director, Food and Civil supplies Department, Jamonger also apprised the young officers about the implementation of various schemes where food grains are given to the targeted beneficiaries as per the provision of the National Food Security Act. Other officers who participated in the discussion included CMO Dimapur, Dr. Vikato and officials from social welfare and DRDA Dimapur. DC Dimapur encouraged the young officers to work with dedication reminding them that society looks upon young and upright officers.


As part of the last leg of their study tour the IAS officers will leave for Kohima where they will be visiting Kisama, World War II cemetery etc tomorrow.