Dimapur, August 11: Nagaland Deputy Chief Minister, Y Patton, who is also charge of Home and Border Affairs today inaugurated the VVIP Guest House at Chumoukedima Police Complex and said it was a programme to celebrate a milestone in their commitment to transparency, sincerity and to uphold the infrastructural development in the state.
He said the VVIP Guest House is especially meant for accommodation of VVIPs coming from outside the State and it is a pride moment for the State of Nagaland in general and the Police Department in particular to have availed this facility after a long period of time.
“Over the years the condition of our State have been in a bad shape as we do not have State of the art facilities to accommodate prominent personalities coming from outside the state,” the Deputy Chief Minister said.
However, he said recently the state has been witnessing tremendous inauguration of infrastructural developments in the department, which has been possible under the patronage of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India and the relentless efforts of the Chief Minister of Nagaland, Niephiu Rio.
He expressed gratitude to to Ministry of Home Affairs for providing required funding for construction of all these infrastructures in the state and to Chief Minister of Nagaland, Niephiu Rio for having outmost concern in uplifting the state in all aspects.
On the occasion, he called upon all the staffs to dedicate in dispensing their responsibilities in the service of the people.
He also appealed to the general public of Chumoukedima to cooperate with the concern authority to ensure peaceful environment and to usher in more developments.
The VVIP Guest house has been constructed under State Plan 2019-20 to 2022-23 with a total project cost of Rs 7.37 crores.
The Deputy Chief Minister informed that the Northeast DGP’s conference has been scheduled to be held in Manipur, but to due to the present turmoil, the conference might be shifted to Nagaland.
He said if the conference is held in Nagaland, it would be held in Chummoukedima and urged those who ever gets the contract to construct 70 rooms to do so within 7 months.
DGP Nagaland, Rupin Sharma said that they would to have problems for accommodation during the visits of VVIPs but with the completion of the Guest House, it has added value. He said the guest house would have all the facilities and VIPs would find it comfortable.
The technical report was presented by Er Hutoshe, EE, PEP Chumoukedima.
(Page News Service)