Toshi Wungtung calls on Union Ministers

Toshi Wungtung calls on Union Ministers
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Dimapur, April 26: Advisor for I&PR, SCERT and Village Guard (VG),Toshi Wungtung today called on the Union Home Minister of State, Kiren Kijiju, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture, Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Dr Mahesh Sharma and Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Human Resource Development, Prakash Javadekar at their respective office New Delhi.
During the meeting with the Union Home Minister of State, Kiren Rijiju, the Advisor highlighted the important role of Village Guard in the state especially in the interior parts of the state bordering with Myanmar nation. He also appreciated the Union Home Minister for his concern to support in all the possible help to strengthen in all aspect for the village guard in the state.
While meeting with the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Human Resource Development, Prajash Javadekar, the Union Minister had conveyed to the Advisor that, all the school would be re-strengthened and upgraded, for example from Class 4 it would be upgraded to Class 6, Class 8 to 10 and Class 10 to Secondary, RMSA, SSA would be under SCERT, all the DIET institute would be re-strengthened and also wherever need arises in any district, it would be taken up with all support from the centre.
Toshi also called on Dr Mahesh Sharma, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture, Environment, Forest and Climate Change at his office New Delhi.
Toshi Wungtung, Advisor who is also a member of Wild Life Protection had briefed the Union Minister in regard to endanger animals in the state and shared his serious concern on shifting cultivation (jhum field) in the state.
The Minister said that awareness programme for the community participation, NGOs and individual must be conducted to preserve the endanger animals and forest. He also mentioned that the ministry would look into the matters for compensation and help to the farmer/villagers to protect the forest as well as those endanger animals in the state. (Page News Service)