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Nagaland CM stresses on accurate RIIN

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 29: Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio has stressed on the need for accurate Registration of Indigenous Inhabitant of Nagaland (RIIN) and directed responsible officers to know and take ownership to identify indigenous persons during the certification process to avoid mistakes as it is a sensitive issue.

A DIPR report informed that the CM made the statement while addressing the Kohima District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) Day Out cum Pre-Christmas, held at Dzüü Resort, Rüsoma, on November 27.
Speaking to the officers, Rio said officers posted in the State capital should contribute not only to their Departments but also towards the all-round development of the capital town. He said being in the capital, district officers should participate in more additional activities and asked them to contribute their services in keeping the city clean and also to contribute in whatever ways possible for the city’s development.
Stating that the activities of Kohima Smart City has geared up, Rio emphasized on sanitation, and cleanliness of Kohima district including the villages and the capital city. He said a competition on cleanliness drive amongst the colonies and wards should be conducted and awarded in order to encourage them and also to have a good feeling of living in the district.
Informing that the Cultural Hall near NSF Martyrs’ Park will be inaugurated on December 1, Rio asked all officers to attend the programme. He said that the cultural hall is of national and international standard hall, which will be a centre of activities.
Rio also informed that in other to promote singing, a choir singing competition, with a total prize money of Rs 5 lakhs, will be held on December 8&9, to which churches have been invited to participate with December 7 as the last date of entry.
The CM also spoke on SARFAESI Act, where he said as responsible privileged Government servants, one should know all the policies and governance of the issues.
Advisor for Veterinary & Animal Husbandry and Women Resources Development, R Khing also spoke on the occasion.
Advisor for Technical Education and Election, Medo Yhokha chaired the programme. The DPDB agenda for the day were discussed and approved by the Board while vote of thanks was proposed by ADC, Kohima, N Bhavani Sri, followed by Christmas gift exchange among the members.

Legislature and administration team, led by the CM, won the exhibition volleyball match played between the legislature & administration team and DPDB team.
Advisor for Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire; Advisor Youth Resources & Sports, Zale Neikha and MLA Keneizhakho Nakhro also attended the programme.
(Page News Service)