Mass social work carried our across Nagaland


Dimapur, April 21: With the declaration of State wide mass social work, the Kohima District administration along with Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) carried out mass social work successfully in all the wards, colonies, town and villages under Kohima district on Saturday.
Deputy Commissioner Kohima, Rajesh Soundararajan IAS along with Administrator KMC, Elizabeth Ngullie and SDO (Sadar) Moakumzuk Tzudir visited the wards and colonies in and around Kohima town and took first hand information on some important areas of concerned where drains and nullahs have been main issues during the monsoon season. The DC and his team taking note of the points raised by the concerned ward assured to take up necessary measures for the interest of the public.
The Deputy Commissioner’s Office Kohima along with all Government offices and all the 19 wards including the business community took part in the mass social work where jungle clearance and clearing of culverts/drains/streets/office compounds were carried out. The KMC along with the line departments including 15 BRTF and some individuals and contractors contributed their dump trucks and JCB to facilitate removal of garbage during the social work.
The DC expressed appreciation to all the Government servant, concerned wards/colonies chairmen/GBs/business community and the public for their collective response in organizing the social work successfully in their respective areas.
The Naga Hospital colony fully supported and participated in the state-wide mass social work on Saturday along with the rest of the colonies in Kohima. The residents of the colony cleared the main drainage adjacent to the National Highway 29 which passes through the colony and as well filled up the potholes on the national highway and the connecting roads. In this regard, the Naga hospital colony Panchayats and the Naga Hospital Colony Youth Organization thanked Keneizhakho Nakhro, MLA 8th Western Angami A/C for providing an Excavator (JCB) and a Tipper truck to the colony during the mass social work which made the herculean task a successful one.
Dimapur: Dimapur citizens witnessed a cleaner city after a mass social was conducted on Saturday from at 7 am. Social work was carried out in all the 23 wards under the supervision of GBs and ward chairmen.
Government employees also cleaned their respective office premises and compounds under the supervision of their HoDs as directed by the Deputy Commissioner Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel (IAS). DMC Dimapur pressed into service all their available machineries (dumper, JCB) and manpower for smooth conduct of the social work.
Deputy Commissioner Dimapur personally visited the town areas and most of the wards during the time of social work. In super market area Dimapur, old and unusable marketing sheds were pulled down by JCBs during the conduct of social.
Mokokchung: As declared by the Government, mass social work was carried out in and around Mokokchung town on Saturday, where the general public of all the 18 wards and employees of Government and semi Government offices participated under the supervision of District administration and Mokokchung Municipal Council.
Taking responsibility of their respective wards, chairman and GBs of all the wards in the town supervised the work for cleaning the drainage, street and public places by setting the time as per their convenience.
In all the Government offices, HoOs along with their respective staff clean up their respective office premises after which all the government employees moved to those areas allocated to each department where social work was done from 9 am to 12 noon as per the directive of the Government.
In Mokokchung town, apart from cleaning the office premises and respective wards, mass social work was conducted in six locations namely, Sewak Gate, Hospital Area/ Parking lot, MMC Shopping Complex, Police point, Old Town Hall Vegetable Market and Salangtem New Market.
Zunheboto: As part of the State wide mass social work, the Zunheboto District Disaster Management carried out a voluntary mass social work in all wards and villages under Zunheboto district on April 21.
Meanwhile the District administration, Zunheboto has expressed appreciation to the following departments: SP, 5th Assam Rifles, 8th NAP, EE PWD (R&B), ZTC, SDO (Mechanical), EE (Electrical) and DSCO.
The District Administration also thanked HoDs, GB’s, ZRSU officials, ZCCI and all citizens for their cooperation.
Peren: As part of the cleanliness drive, the district administration in consonance with the direction of the Government organised a one day mass social work across the district on April 21.
In the district headquarters, all the district Head of Offices conducted social work within their respective office premises to clean up foliage and drainages. Those departments which are housed within the DC office complex took part to clean in and around the complex. The PHED department volunteered and offered light refreshments to all the participants after the mass social work.
At Peren town, all the ward chairman and GBs mobilised mass social work in their respective wards and colonies, to clean up shrubs and drainages, which began at 6 am in the morning. The social work was supervised by Chubawati Chang, ADC Peren and assisted by Additional SP and SDO PWD (R&B) Peren respectively. Mass social work was also conducted successfully at Jalukie, Tening and Ahthibung, with respective administrative heads supervising the social work. Villages across the district also conducted mass social work successfully.
Phek: Mass social work was held in and around Phek Town on April 21 with employees of the Government, semi government and the public of the Phek Town.
The Deputy Commissioner, Phek expressed gratitude to the department and the public of Phek Town dwellers for successful conducted of the mass social work.
Wokha: Along with the rest of the state, Wokha district also conducted mass social work in all the colonies, wards and government offices on April 21. The social work was done under the supervision of the District administration let by the Deputy Commissioner Wokha, Dr. Manazir Jeelani Samoon, IAS, who visited almost all the colonies, wards and government offices to monitor the work.
Dr. Jeelani also thanked all the colony /ward chairman, government employees and general public for their active participation in making the social work a grand success.
Mon: As part of monsoon preparedness, Mon town organised a mass social work on April 21 from 6 am onwards.
Works distribution was given to different departments along with a nodal officer. Each department was assigned to work in different locations and junctions where attendance was taken strictly. Participants cleaned the drainages, cleared the blocked drains, cleared the weeds on the roads apart from cleaning their office compound.
Under the business establishment, the shop owners cleaned the areas in front of their respective shops and cleared the drains which have been block.
The ward executives and GBs have also taken the initiatives in their respective areas for cleaning their wards roads and cleared the drainages.
Pughoboto: Pughoboto denizens joined the rest of the State in the state wide mass social work on April 21 as directed by the Government of Nagaland.
The cleanliness drive was supervised and monitored by the administrators, GBs of the respective colonies of Pughoboto led and initiated the social work with the residents of colony. Government employees also carried out the drive effectively in their offices and its surroundings. The participants cleared the clogged drains, thick weeds, bottles, polythene bags etc. Drains, footpaths and streets were cleaned by the jawans, Adhoc Town Council and others.
(Page News Service)