Dimapur, August 3: Deputy Chief Minister, Y Patton today warned that stern and immediate action would be taken against irresponsible government servants.
Speaking as a special guest during the Lotha Student Union office inauguration yesterday at Wokha said, besides the government effort to improve the quality education to the government schools, most of the government schools in the state continue to produce nil result.
However, he stated that irresponsible teachers are to be blamed to a large extent for the cause and urged the student leaders to thoroughly inspect and check the irresponsible teachers.
Patton also added that most of the departments in districts headquarters and sub division are becoming non resourceful and not meeting the public services due to negligent of the officers, therefore in those regard he urged the district administration authority to be vigilant to those department and report to government for further course of action.
The deputy chief minister also sought cooperation and support from the NGOs and civil societies in order to serve the public at the larger interest.
However, he also asserted that public should not always criticize the government for any mistake or failure but, should also learn to inculcate the habit of appreciating, when the government is working for the welfare of the people.
He also appealed to the district administration and to all the Lotha frontal organizations not to allow any new constructions at the stretch of National Highway-2 from Longsa gate to Mokokchung, as he stated that unnecessary compensations will hamper any further developmental activities.
Y. Patton stated that the amount has been already earmarked and the construction work would take up at the earliest. Later, the deputy CM has also inaugurated the newly constructed LSU, Office building.
Phukayi, Advisor, Food & Civil Supply, NSDMA and LM&CP, exhorted during the inaugural function and said that the Lotha tribe are achieving in many of the competitive fields. He encouraged the Lothas upcoming generation to uphold the competitive culture in long run.
The advisor also dwelt on the present Naga context and stated that present Naga generation are heading nowhere, due to lack of unity and disintegration.
However, he stated that Nagas need to learn socially and politically how to live together with positive attitude.
Subenthung Lotha, former President, Lotha Student Union, also spoke on the occasion. Welcome address was delivered by the President of LSU Libemo Lotha, further he acknowledged the district forest department for donating the LSU office building site.
Meanwhile, LSU office Building was officially dedicated by Rev. Nyanchumo Lotha, Executive Secretary, LBES. The inaugural programme was attended by dignitaries including the Deputy Commissioner Wokha, SP Wokha, DFO wokha, Lotha Hoho and Lotha Women Hoho Officials
(Page News Service)