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Most sanctioned Union Tribal Affairs Ministry projects based at 3 districts: RPP laments

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DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 11: The Rising People’s Party (RPP) today alerted the people of Nagaland about 32 projects sanctioned by the Union Tribal Affairs Ministry during 2020-21 for Nagaland.


In a press release, RPP informed that the Tribal Affairs Department, Nagaland, has claimed that for many of the schemes, work orders are yet to be issued, which means that works are yet to start.
“Be as it may be the truth of the claim has to be verified and the RPP will closely monitor the implementation of the schemes”, it said.
The RPP, however, expressed pain that out of the 32 schemes in total, the lion’s share of 22 schemes are in Dimapur, Kohima, and Mokokchung alone, whereas Kiphire, Noklak, and Peren recorded nil schemes, Zunheboto, Phek and Wokha had only 1 each.
“Such lopsided policy making is not only bad governance but tasteless”, it stated.
The 32 projects are construction of wayside amenity centre and farmers market, Piphema (Rs 2 crore), construction of multipurpose hall at Upper Bayavu, Kohima (Rs 1 crore); construction of multipurpose hall at Chumoukedima (Rs 1 crore); construction of tribal hall at Jericho-2 colony, Phek Town (Rs 1 crore); construction of multipurpose hall at Changtongya, Mokokchung (Rs 1 crore); construction of multipurpose hall at Moayimti, Mokokchung (Rs 1 crore); construction of multipurpose hall at Changki, Mokokchung (Rs 75 lakhs); construction of tribal ampitheatre at Japu, Mokokchung (Rs 75 lakhs); construction of Old Age Home at Tsuremmen, Mokokchung (Rs 40 lakhs); construction of tribal girls hostel at Satoi, Zunheboto (Rs 1 cr); construction of tribal hostel at Hospital colony, Kohima (Rs 1.50 crore); construction of working women hostel at Dimapur (Rs 90 lakhs); construction of tribal hostel at GHSS, Aboi, Mon (Rs 1 crore); construction of boys and girls hostel at Angjangyang town, Mon (Rs 1 crore); construction of traditional girls dormitory at Hakchang, Tuensang (Rs 1 crore); construction of tribal boys hostel at Tseminyu, Kohima (Rs 1 crore); skill development training centre by Pinnacle Skills, Dimapur (Rs 1.11 crore); working women project, Indisen village, Dimapur (Rs 1 crore); construction of
Diphupar ‘A’ Council Hall, Dimapur (Rs 30 lakhs); construction of guest house at Longleng town (Rs 75 lakhs); multi farming at Viphoma, Kohima (Rs 50 lakhs); integrated fish and horti farming at Tir village, Dimapur (Rs 1 crore); development of fisheries at Japukong range, Mokokchung (Rs 1 crore); promotion of Agar plantation at Medemyim, Mokokchung (Rs 1 crore); purchase of 6 Government vehicles, Tribal Affairs Department (Rs 70 lakhs); purchase of 2 ambulances for PHC, Mangkolemba, Mokokchung (Rs 50 lakhs); organic green tea plantation and processing unit at Aosenden village, Mokokchung (Rs 50 lakhs); promotion of Arecanut plantation at Tamlu and Ametchong, Longleng (Rs 1 crore); promotion of Arecanut plantation at Hollohon village and Pimla village, Dimapur (Rs 1 crore); piggery farming at New Chumoukedima, Dimapur (Rs 32 lakhs); multi-farming at Yanmhomo valley, Wokha (Rs 50 lakhs) and large cardamom plantation at Mujungru, Longkhim, Tuensang (Rs 35 lakh).


The RPP requested all concerned citizens/whistleblowers to be guarded and report anomalies in implementation of the 32 schemes in the days to come.
It also informed that as part of its monitoring activities, the RPP will soon make public knowledge the 2018-19 schemes as well. For any further queries, it requested general public/whistleblowers to contact risingpeoplesparty@gmail.com.
(Page News Service)

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