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NMYO and JGOK conduct social work

By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 13, 2020 10:57 pm
Members of the Jakhama Gazetted Officers’ Krotho engaging in the social work on September 12.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Sep. 13 (EMN):
Following the Covid-19 ‘Unlock 4’ guidelines, the New Market Youth Organisation (NMYO) and Jakhama Gazetted Officers’ Krotho (JGOK) organised a social work in their respective jurisdiction on
September 12.

NMYO conducted a social work on the theme “Walk to clean” at New Market colony (Ward 8) on Saturday morning, where a total of about 150 NMYO members and residents took part in the cleanliness activity.

During the social work, the residents of New Market colony stepped out of their homes and cleared the overgrown weeds on walls and pavements along the roads. They also cleared the litters in public places within its jurisdiction.

The colony sanitation truck was pressed into service to collect and dispose off the debris.

Lumo Leo, NMYO convenor of Sector-II, informed Eastern Mirror that the social work lasted for three hours. During the activity, gloves and masks were provided by the youth organisation, while concerned residents provided refreshments to the volunteers.

“We organised the social work on the theme “Walk to clean” with the motive of keeping ourselves healthy and to keep the colony clean,” Leo stated.
In a related programme, the members of Jakhama Gazetted Officers’ Krotho (JGOK) sanitised the surroundings of its village entry gate in the Southern Angami region, which is located about 17 km away from the state capital.

Braving the inclement weather, the officers weeded the area, broadened the road and cleared the clogged drain along the gateway.

Medothul Richa, a member of JGOK, informed that the social work was conducted as the officers have been entrusted to supervise the upcomingconstruction of the village entry gate.

By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 13, 2020 10:57:01 pm