CS seeks civil organisations support
Dimapur, March 26 (EMN): Stating that there would be crucial times coming, Nagaland Chief Secretary, J Alam, has sought the support of civil organisations saying that the government and tribal hohos should have an understanding with each other and work accordingly.
Alam stated this during an interaction with the administrative officers, president and colleagues of the Sumi Hoho at the deputy commissioner’s residence during his maiden visit to Zunheboto district on March 26. Alam was accompanied by the commissioner and secretary, Rovilatuo Mor, a DIPR report stated on Friday.
Terming his visit as a familiarisation tour with tribes of the state and the district, Alam stated that he wanted to get connected with all tribal hohos of Nagaland. He added that there are many issues which could be curbed only with the support of tribal apex organisations.
Also indicating that there would be crucial times coming, he has stressed on the need for government and tribal hohos to have an understanding with each other and work accordingly. Admitting that it would be impossible to eradicate all problems at one go, he was optimistic that some crucial problems could be resolved with the support of civil organisations.
Alam would visit Mokokchung district via Lumami University, Wokha district and later to all other districts of Nagaland.
Speaking on behalf of the Sumi community, Sumi Hoho president Hekhushe Sikhu has assured its full support adding that their main objectives was to coordinate with the government if it is for the welfare of all people. He also shared some of the prevailing problems and requested the government to sort it out in good terms. The meeting was chaired by the deputy commissioner of Zunheboto, Peter Lichamo, who also shared some of the problems pertaining to the district.