DC Peren warns of action against erring officials
DIMAPUR — Emphasising on regular attendance of officers and staff in order to ensure smooth functioning of offices in the district, the deputy commission of Peren, Vineet Kumar, informed that attendance would be strictly monitored and initiate stringent action against erring officials.
Kumar stated this during the monthly meeting of Peren district planning and development board (DPDB) held in his office’s conference hall on Friday.
A DIPR report stated that the meeting began with review of the previous meeting minutes followed with discussion on shifting of Peren Government College, wherein the college principal, Dr. Phyobenthung, briefed the house on the current status of the college.
Responding to the principal, the DC informed that a committee headed by ADC of Peren would be formed to look into the matter.
Speaking on fire safety measures, the officer in-charge of Fire and Emergency Services, Miyeihosul Neikha, highlighted the wildfire incident which occurred last year in Peren town as well as the challenges faced by the fire personnel.
In this connection, the DC informed that a circular would be issued to all the departments to clear the periphery of their respective office premises and quarters.
Meanwhile, the house also decided to grant the application for taxi permits submitted by Heigang and Keyihapeung, which would ply from Peren town to district headquarters and Peren Government College new site respectively.
Besides, the board agreed to recommend the proposal for registration of society to Makaam Dimphuam Foundation, which has been involved in carrying out various activities for the welfare of the society.
Report stated that work distribution pertaining to the upcoming Republic Day celebration was also discussed. The house further agreed to conduct a mass social work on January 24.
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