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CM’s advisor interacts with Govt officers in Wokha

Nagaland News

Dimapur, April 25: Advisor to Nagaland Chief Minister, Abu Metha held a meeting with heads of offices of Wokha district on April 23 in the DC’s conference hall, Wokha.


Interacting with the officers of the district, the Advisor stated that the meeting was convened with a view to share the challenges faced by officers in the district level and to understand the problems and also to provide a bridge to connect them with the Government and the various Head of Departments so that the Government can better improve governance and enhance the mechanism of delivery. He said it is also to ensure that the programmes and policies of the State Government has reached the genuine targeted sections.
The Advisor assured all the officers in the district that the Government and its agencies will support them in implementing any Government policies in a meritorious and just manner.
Highlighting the various Government policies, Metha added that the State Government recently took a decision to institute public park in all the district headquarters and urged the District administration to identify space, either available land or newly Government acquired land for establishment of public park and send report for the same at the earliest so that the policy can be implemented.
He also stated that the Government is undertaking exercise for coming-up with a blue print for sports development in the State and appealed to the administration to identify space for creation of district level sports centre that will have sports facilities for multiple disciplines which falls under the prioritized list of the State Sports Policy.
Addressing on the Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN), the Advisor stated that the intention of the State Government for implementation of RIIN in Nagaland is not for anything else but to incorporate the interest of Naga citizens.

Earlier the Advisor held meeting with the members of various civil societies under Wokha district, reported the DIPR. (Page News Service)

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