Police Dept apologise for ‘unusual happening’
AHoDs and HoDs attending the meeting held at the Secretariat Conference Hall on February 20. (DIPR Photo)
Kohima, February 21 (DIPR): A meeting of AHoDs and HoDs was held on February 20 at the Secretariat Conference Hall chaired by the Chief Secretary Nagaland Lalthara. At the outset the house reviewed the Republic Day celebration where the Home Commissioner stated that in spite of certain issues the Republic Day celebration was observed. The concerned authority of the Police Department apologised for the “unusual happening” during the march past by the parade commander on January 26 and commented “not to happen the same in future.”
The Chief Secretary insisted all departments to participate in the Flexi Banner in future stating that it does not involved expenditure. He informed that during VIP tour, the concerned department may accompany the VIP on request but other then that the department should seek the approval of the Chief Secretary. He also informed the departments that the submission of Governor Speech should be in brief and acceptable in a way that the department had presented.
Additional Chief Secretary & Finance Commissioner, Toshi Aier explained the various preparation for the fourth coming Budget Session of the Assembly and insisted all departments to carry out in time. In regard to attendance of the Secretariat employees, the Home Commissioner, J. Alam informed that a surprise checked was conducted on Friday and Saturday where a number of staffs were found absent without any valid reason, in this connection, he further informed that the list of the absentees would be send to AHoD and their salaries would be deducted if no valid reason is found.
In regard to 'Year of Tribal Festival', Additional Chief Secretary & Development Commissioner, Alemtemshi Jamir said that Sekrenyi, the festival of Angami tribe would be held in Kohima coinciding with the 'Tribal Festival cum Youth Expo' on 25th and 26th February 2012. He therefore informed all the concerned that the Festival is to be organised in a way to bring the youth together involving all section of organisations.
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