Coordination meet of Govt Depts and landowners held Bhandari

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Dimapur, May 2: A co-coordination meeting of ADC HQ Bhandari, school institutions, NGOs, Church leaders and land owner’s union was held at the Town Hall, Bhandari on April 30.
Highlighting the purpose of the meeting, Khonthungia Odyuo, Chairman Bhandari Town Land Owners Union, who also chaired the meet, said that the main objective of the meeting was to find better ways and to encourage cooperation between the land donors and the Government departments to beautify and initiate all round development of the administrative headquarter Bhandari, with consorted effort of all concerned.
While calling on the head of departments to review and retrospect on their performance in delivering their service to the public, he stated that no Government department or employee is encouraged to transfer from the sub division along with their service post and further added that such cases will be not be entertained.
C. Elithung Odyuo, president, Lotha Lower Range Public Organization requested the departmental heads to furnish the present employee status, the condition and state of the office buildings on which the departments are functioning and the state of their physical infrastructure etc and reiterated that it is for the purpose of further cooperation for developmental initiatives for the administrative head quarter in particular and the sub division as a whole for which the people of Bhandari are always ready to continue to donate land at their disposal whenever necessary.
Vice Principal, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Bhandari, Fr. Obed opined that the public motor road which presently ply through the premises of the school compound, if diverted, will be helpful as it is not very secure for the school.
CDPO Bhandari, Peter Yanthan expressed the need of land for CDPO office building.
The meeting upheld that ban on rampant destruction of forest, hunting and fishing with chemical is still in force within Bhandari jurisdiction.
Those who spoke during the meet also included officers from the departments, elders from the land owner union and NGO members. (Page News Service)