Waiting shed at Pyotchu village inaugurated

Dimapur | March 12 : Former IPR minister and member, General Council (NIEPMD) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India, N. Thomas Ngullie, inaugurated a waiting shed at Pyotchu village under 39 Sanis A/C, Wokha district, on Saturday.
Addressing Pyotchu villagers, the former minister who funded the waiting shed, said that the objective of the waiting shed was to give shelter as well as rest to villagers on their to and fro journey. Pyotchu village located some 30km from Sanis town is often called as the “tail-end” village under Lotha Middle Range. After the inauguration, Ngullie also interacted with neighbouring Lotsu villagers and stressed on infrastructural development of the village as Lotsu being the administrative (EAC outpost) of the surrounding four villages.
Pointing out the lack of development and basic amenities like roads, water and electricity in Lotsu circle, Ngullie said that he was committed to serve and uplift the villagers in whatever manner and in his own capacity. Assuring the villagers that his heart and focus would always with them, he also urged them not to hesitate to approach him in times of need. He also stressed on the need to set aside differences and to extend co-operation to each other so as to develop the area so that the future generations do not suffer.
Urging the people to contribute their best to take Lotsu Circle to the forefront, the NIEPMD member reminded that only through collective effort and unity can the people of the area expect to see development. He further assured the people that he would always be at the forefront to bring changes and development for the people of the circle. Ngullie also donated rupees one lakh for foundation of new Lotsu Baptist church.


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