Govt issues directives for mass social work

Govt issues directives for mass social work
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Dimapur, September 27: Nagaland Chief Minister has directed the Home Department and Commissioner of Nagaland to take all necessary actions with regard to the mass social work that will commence on September 29 and conclude on October 2 with an objective to restore the damages caused due to the recent rains and landslides.
A communiqué from the Chief Minister’s Office stated that directives are be issued to all the Deputy Commissioners who will coordinate the work by involving all administrative officers along with officers of other line departments.
The social work will be undertaken by involving of elected members, police, ward/colonies of town, civil societies, contractors and tribal bodies. The social work will be led by Chief Minister in Kohima. Funds for the social work will be provided through the Chief Minster’s Relief Fund. Adequate publicity for the social work has to be ensured through media, radio, TV to ensure active participation of citizens also, it said.
After the social work, removal of the debris to the dumping sites will be under taken by trucks/vehicles of various departments and contractors who voluntarily offer their services. Manual labour for the purpose will be hired by respective municipal councils for which the concerned administrators will be personally responsible.
The CMO asked Deputy Commissioner to work out a plan along with the ADCs/SDO (Civil) and EACs who will allocate specific locations in the towns and districts where the work will be taken up. For each locations responsibility should be assigned to individual officers in order to make social work success.
Work distribution for Kohima
In view of the Statewide mass social work from September 29 to October 2, the work distribution of Government departments under Kohima district on September 29 starting from 7 am onwards are as follows:
NST Garage (Bridge) to Old PHQ Office – Deputy Manager, NST; EE Power and District Forest Officer
Old PHQ office to Dzuvuru bridge – EE PWD (R&B) South; Treasury Officer, South and EE (PHED) Rural
Dzuvuru Bridge to All India Radio Junction – Assistant Engineer (CAWD) and District Soil Conservation Officer
All India Radio Junction to Classic Island – SP Office (DEF Kohima); District Horticulture Officer and District Fishery Officer
PHQ Junction to Traffic Point (near District Jail) – Assistant Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Kohima District; EE Irrigation and District Veterinary Officer
Classic Island junction to Raj Bhavan main Gate – Tourism Officer; Regional Transport Officer and KVK, Kohima
Classic Island to PWD Junction – EE PHED (Urban); District Education Officer, Kohima and Executive Officer, NKVIB
PWD Junction to Box Cutting – District Commandant, Home Guard & Civil Defence; Assistant Labour Commissioner and EE PWD (NH)
Box Cutting to Lady’s Mile junction – Administrator, Kohima Municipal Council and Superintendent of Excise
Lady’s Mile junction to Naga Hospital Gate – Chief Medical Officer, Kohima and District Welfare Officer
TCP Gate to DC Office via Post office – ADC Planning; Treasury Officer North and Project Director, DRDA
KFC Kezieke to (Pezieletsie) Tinpatti junction – District Sericulture Officer, Kohima; Assistant Election Officer, Kohima and DPO, Land Resources
Pezielietsie (Tinpatti junction) to De Oriental Grand Hotel – District Cultural Officer and District Sports Officer, Kohima
De Oriental Grand Hotel to High School Junction – Regional Employment Officer, Kohima; Principal ITI, Kohima and EE PWD (Housing)
High School Junction to DUDA Guest House – General Manager, (DIC); District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) and Assistant Director Food & Civil Supply
High School Junction to Sanuoru River – Deputy Commissioner of Taxes, Kohima; District Evaluation Officer, Kohima and Urban Development Officer
Sanuoru River to Main gate Secretariat- Deputy Controller, LMCP; DIO, NIC and NCSU
Razhu Point via D. Block road to Phoolbari junction – BDO Kohima; LRSO, Kohima and District Economics & Statistic Officer, Kohima
DPRO Kohima & Staffs for media coverage
District Agriculture Officer & Staffs will do the social work on October 1.
Mokokchung: In connection with the proposed mass social work throughout the state from September 29 to October 2, a meeting was held in the conference hall of ADC (Planning), Mokokchung on September 27. The meeting was attended by members of Swachh Bharat Mission of Mokokchung district, president, all ward unions Mokokchung and all Heads of Offices.
Deputy Commissioner, Mokokchung informed that mass social work will be carried out Mokokchung for 3 days – September 29, October 1&2. On September 29, flag off programme will be held at Imlong Place at 6 am after which social work will be carried out in all the wards and also in six locations in the town namely Sewak Gate, IMDH Area/Parking lot, MMC Shopping Complex, Police Point, Old Town Hall/Vegetable Market and Salangtem Market. Work distribution for different departments in group wise was also informed in the meeting.
On October 1, culverts and clogged drainage will be cleared using machineries, and on October 2 clearing of offices premises of respective departments will be done from 6 am to 10 am which will be followed by Swachh Bharat Day 2018 programme at Town Hall, Mokokchung.
Wokha: ADC & Administrator, Wokha Town Council, K. Mhathung Tsanglao has informed that the district will be conducting mass social work within the town jurisdiction of Wokha Town Council on September 29.
All colonies chairman and residents of the town have been requested to actively participate in the social work to clear drains and make efforts to fill potholes and also clean their respective surroundings from 7 am to 9 am.
The colonies will be adjudged for their performance during the social work and the best performing and cleanest colonies will be awarded at the end of the year.
Tseminyu: A coordination meeting was held at DBs Customary Court Building on September 27 under the chairmanship of ADC Tseminyu to discuss the mass social work to be conducted on September 29. The meeting was attended by Heads of the Offices, Ward GBs of Tseminyu town.
ADC, Nokchasashi Ao who chaired the meeting directed the Ward GBs to supervise the public in their colonies and wards, and also said that public of Tseminyu town are expected to participate and work for the betterment of the Tseminyu town particularly to repair town roads and nalahs. (Page News Service)