Last updated on: July 3, 2018 at 12:22 am IST
Dimapur, July 2: Nagaland Governor BP Acharya on Monday urged Government officials under Dimapur District to boldly stand up against corruption, and help create a favorable atmosphere in the district where everyone is treated equally and respected.
Reviewing the performances of different flagship schemes with Head of Departments (HoDs) under Dimapur District here in the DC’s conference hall today, the Governor reminded that the flagship schemes are aimed for upliftment of the poor and under privileged sections of the society, and urged the Government officials to make sure that the targeted people are benefited by such schemes.
The Governor appealed the officers in the district to point out or to give suggestion to the Government for better and effective implementation of different programmes. He called on all the officers in the district to work towards uplilfment and strengthening of the most neglected and poor people, saying that it is the duty and responsibility of every educated person.
Expressing concern over the poor result of Government schools, Acharya stated that the poorest of the poor come to Government run schools and felt the need for upliftment of such people. He called urged the department officials to have a vision in sorting out whatever are the reasons behind the poor performance.
On being asked about the law and order situation in the district, Commissioner of Police said that the law and order in Dimapur was by and large peaceful. He also gave a brief preview of crime cases registered and its status under Dimapur district.
Describing Nagaland as a beautiful State blessed with maximum natural resources, the Governor called upon the people to identify avenues to make Nagaland an economically independent State. He further advised all the officers to be nodal agents of different flagship schemes.
The meeting was chaired by Deputy Commissioner of Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel who also delivered the welcome address. Deputy Commissioner also thanked the Governor for his visit and showing his concern for the district.
NEZCC: The Governor, who is also the chairman of NEZCC visited the North East Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur on Monday. During his visit, the Governor invited representatives from various NGOs, artistes and officials to discuss and brief on the outreach programme for Central Government flagship welfare schemes for implementation in the State.
The meeting was attended by NGOs, volunteers, artistes as well as officials.
(Page News Service)