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15th SA VAC is best performing VAC under Kohima District

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Dimapur, April 13: The Village Adoption Committee (VAC) of 15th Southern Angami-II Assembly Constituency adopting Sakhabama village with its theme “Towards achieving a sustainable Sakhabama” emerged as the best performing VAC under the aegis of Kohima District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) activities for the year 2021-2022. The second best performing VAC was awarded to the 8th Western Angami Assembly Constituency with Mezoma village as it’s adopted village.
The best two performing VACs were announced during the Kohima DPDB meeting held in DPDB Conference Hall Kohima on April 13.
Advisor for Technical Education and Election who is also the Chairman of Kohima DPDB, Medo Yhokha gave away the 1st prize while Advisor for Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire handed over the second prize to the winning teams.
The DPDB meeting held under the chairmanship of Advisor, Technical Education & Election and Chairman DPDB, Medo Yhokha in presence of Advisor for Urban Development and Municipal Affairs, Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire was chaired by Deputy Commissioner who is also the vice chairman of DPDB, Gregory Thejawelie IAS.
On the proposal of Establishment of Urban Development Office for Kohima district moved by MLA Khriehu Liezietsu, Dr. Nicky also pressed upon the need to have a separate office for Kohima district to take up the district affairs as being in the capital. To which, the Board decided to recommend the matter to the Government for further necessary action.
Besides the agenda, Dr. Nicky reiterated on the introduction of Village Adoption programme to other districts and also requested the members to share it to fellow friends as he felt that the program would be a beneficial to the deserving section of the people in the grass root level for other districts as well. The board noted on the matter and decided to share the documented VAC’s programme to the Government and other districts.
DC also informed the members to attend the first DPDB Tseminyu meeting on April 14 at 12 noon at DC’s Office Tseminyu as asked by the DC Tseminyu since it was recently upgraded to district and many department are yet to function as full-fledged and are being look after by the Kohima district offices.
Medo Yhokha in his concluding remarks congratulated both the winning teams and the other teams for contributing their good services towards the upliftment and development of their respective adopted villages.
(Page News Service)

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