PAC

  • Misappropriation, loss etc in Nagaland: NLA Committee ‘alarmed’ by amount involved
    Says non-submission of Utilisation Certificates a ‘major concern’ Moa Jamir  Dimapur | March 15  The amount involved in cases of misappropriation, loss etc. of Government’s money in the State is “alarmingly high,” the Public Account Committee (PAC) 2020-2021 of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) has observed in a recent report.  While most of these cases are still pending, it appears that there is “a lenien
  • Submit revised Nagaland Sports Policy 2006 within two months: PAC to DYRS
    Morung Express News Dimapur | March 15  The NLA’s Public Account Committee (PAC) 2020-2021 of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) has in its recent report pulled up the Department of Youth Resources and Sports (DYRS), among others, for its failure to review sports policy, infrastructure anomalies and lack of development plan for sports and youth activities.  The PAC headed by Advisor K Tokugha Sukhalu, which presented the 123rd Report to the NLA on February 1
  • Nagaland: 15 Years and Rs 58cr Later...
    NLA Panel demands status report on Multi-Disciplinary Sports Complex by April 15 Moa Jamir Dimapur | March 14 Over 15 years since the project was first initiated, the ongoing works of the Multi-Disciplinary Sports Complex, Dimapur might see some ‘action’ after a scathing observation and direction from the Public Account Committee (PAC) 2020-2021 in its 123rd Report.  Among others, the PAC recommended the Department of Youth Resources and Sports (DYRS) to make
  • Nagaland: NLA Committee chides Agri, Forest Dept for laxity in maintaining records
    Morung Express News Dimapur | March 6  Two departments in Nagaland were chided by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly’s (NLA) Committee on Subordinate Legislation (2020-2021) for failure to maintain records of important official documents and procedural lapses, among others.  The Committee headed by Dr Imtiwapang Aier made the observation after examining the ‘Nagaland Agricultural Produce Marketing Rules, 2006’ (62nd Report) and the ‘Nagaland Stat
  • Nagaland: PAC extends solidarity with transporters
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN): The Public Action Committee (PAC) Dimapur on Wednesday extended solidarity to the economic blockade started by the association of truck owners and drivers union in Dimapur and Khatkhati / Lahorijan, Assam. Demanding that the grievances should be addressed without delay to avoid causing hardship of the citizens, the PAC also appealed to peace loving citizens and organizations to support the transporters. The Committee condemned the killing of the truc
  • PAC condemns unabated illegal taxation
    Dimapur, June 14 (MExN): The Public Action Committee (PAC) on Sunday condemned the “mushrooming activities of unabated multiple illegal tax collection by the various groups in Dimapur,” at a time when markets are still unable to function properly due to the COVID-19 crisis.   A press release on June 14 stated that the PAC “is shocked, perplexed and bemused as to how the various organizations fighting for Naga sovereignty could think of collecting money from