Noklak under Tsg dist gets SDPDB status
CM inaugurates Village Guards Museum-Cum-Memorial Hall
Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio along with his ministerial colleagues and parliamentary secretaries and government officials during the inauguration of Village Guards Museum-Cum-Memorial Hall, at Pangsha under Noklal Sub-Division on February 23. (DIPR Photo)
Tuensang, February 24 (DIPR): Sub-Divisional Planning & Development Board (SDPDB) was inaugurated at Noklak by Nagaland Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio. The Chief Minister unveiled the monolith at ADC's office premises Noklak in presence of Additional Chief Secretary & Development Commissioner, Nagaland, Alemtemshi Jamir, IAS; Minister S&WC and LRD, P. Longon; Parliamentary Secretary, Fisheries, RR, P&S, S. Heno; Advisor VGs, DBs and GBs, Kijong Chang. Administrative officers, Police officers, Departmental officers, NGO's leaders and the general public also attended the programme. The dedicatory prayer was offered by Rev. Pinglang Executive Secretary, KBCA.
Declaring the newly created Sub-Divisional Planning and Development Board (SDPDB) at Noklak, Rio said that the creation was a policy of the DAN Government for further development. He also said that by creating SDPDB at Noklak, the general public will economically be benefited as it is a decentralization of power to the people. He further assured to look into the policy of the Government on road connectivity in the area.
The programme was chaired by ADC Noklak, S. Tainiu and welcome speech was delivered by President, Khiamniungan Tribal Council, W. Chuba Lam. Short speeches were also delivered by ACS & Development Commissioner, Alemtemshi Jamir IAS; Minister S&WC and LRD, P. Longon; Parliamentary Secretary, Fisheries, RR, P&S, S. Heno. Vote of thanks was also proposed by chaired person. The programme concluded with cultural presentations by various cultural troupes.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio also inaugurated the Village Guards Museum-Cum-Memorial Hall, at Pangsha under Noklal Sub-Division on February 23. He was accompanied by Minister for Soil & Water Conservation and Land Resources Development, P. Longon; MLA Kijong Chang Advisor VGs, DBs; Additional Chief Secretary & Development Commissioner, Alemtemshi Jamir IAS; Commissioner and Addl. Chief Secretary, Banou Z. Jamir IAS; Deputy Commissioner Tuensang, T. Mhabemo Yanthan and government officials. The Chief Minister also laid wreath to the VGs Jawans who had scarifies their life on the line of duties. The Nagaland Village Guards was founded and first established on March 1, 1957 at Pangsha Village of Tuensang division of the erstwhile North East Frontier Agency (NEFA).
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