Vital issues discussed in DCs and SPs conference

Kohima, March 13 (DIPR): A conference for DCs and SPs was held today at the Zonal Council Hall, Kohima.
The first session was held under the chairmanship of Nagaland Chief Secretary Pankaj Kumar where matters relating to law and order scenario were deliberated upon. The Chief Secretary directed the DCs and SPs to enforce law and order more effectively and underlined the need to ponder for stringent measures on the issues of ILP, road safety and village recognition etc.
The Chief Secretary informing all concerned on the recognition of a new village stated that before new proposals are taken into consideration they should follow the criteria with proper land record officer’s survey for map and must have spot verification by the officials. On disaster management, the Chief Secretary informed the officers that in the case of tragedy striking their respective areas, the state government is ready to provide assistance in all aspects. He called upon all DCs to deal with the situation promptly.
Nagaland Commissioner, Sentiyanger, informed officials present in the meeting to give wide publicity on AADHAR card which is being linked to EPIC and bank accounts etc.
Dwelling on road safety, Nagaland Home Commissioner Neihu C. Thur said that our people have a casual attitude on road safety and less civic sense towards guidelines etc. He therefore urged the officers to properly sensitize and make the public aware on road safety. On ILP, he said that it is a critical task which is enacted in the laws and should be personally monitored and supervised by the DCs and other senior officials.
Transport Commissioner, H. Achumi who highlighted on road safety said that vehicles registered in Nagaland was 331790 as on March 31, 2014 where 20479 were registered during 2013-2014. He said that they are enforcing all the regulatory Acts as per the guidelines.
Secretary NSDMA T. Ao highlighted fund relief given to the districts. He mentioned on the emergency relief fund, administration of states disaster relief fund and district management Authority.
CEO Nagaland, Sanjay Kumar IAS said that as per the direction of the Election Commission of India, National Electoral Roll Purification and Authentication Programme aims to achieved 100 percent free errors in the electoral rolls which would be completed by August 15. He informed all the AEROs, AROs and AEOs to attend the meeting scheduled on March 21.
IT Secretary, K.D. Vizo briefed on banking through Common Service Centre (CSC) with the help of Village Level Entrepreneur (VLE) and said that at present they have installed 8 mega connectivity in the district administration. He said that tremendous efforts have been given to Ralan area but it could not be set up due to technical problems. He therefore requested the DC Wokha and others DCs for cooperation while executing their works in their areas. OSD Finance, Tialemba also spoke on the major national scheme implementation of Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY).