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Tovihoto urges officers to serve public in true spirit

By EMN Updated: Apr 13, 2021 10:04 pm
H Tovihoto Ayemi along with other officials pose for a group photograph after the inauguration of an executive engineer’s office building in Peren district on April 12.

Dimapur, April 13 (EMN): Advisor of Power department, H Tovihoto Ayemi, has renewed his call to all the department officials to work with sincerity and dedication in the true spirit for the benefit of the common people.

Ayemi stated this while speaking at the inauguration of a new office building of the Executive Engineer (E) for Peren division on April 12, a DIPR report stated. Ayemi further urged the public to take care of the properties with a sense of belongingness saying that the new building is one of the finest among the office buildings in Nagaland.

Also speaking at the programme, advisor of Water Resources, Namri Nchang has warned against power theft. He also appealed to the public to judiciously utilise electricity.

The chief engineer (D&R), Moa Aier, mentioned that the new office building is located at a prime location with various facilities. He also appealed to the public to cooperate with the department in their future endeavours.

The engineer-in-chief (Power), N Mozhui, has assured of the department’s consistent service for the betterment of the people. He also spoke on the need for sufficient power supply.

Mentioning that the state has to strive for sustainable development goals, the principal secretary of Power, KD Vizo, encouraged the private enterprises to come forward in the ventures of the government. Vizo also suggested adopting alternative means to generate power such as solar and wind. He called upon the people to understand the difficulties faced by the department in times of natural calamities. He further lamented at the reluctance of the public in paying the electric bills.

The additional chief engineer (Civil), Visakho Therie, in the technical report, informed that it took 32 months for completion of the building. He said that the building was constructed at a cost of INR 3.11 crore including the electrification as well as rain water harvest system.

Report stated that the additional chief engineer (D&R), Tiameren Walling, presided the programme, while the additional chief engineer (T&G), Penrithung Yanthan, delivered the welcome address. Words of gratitude were proposed by the executive engineer (E), Tsiamchi Ndang.

By EMN Updated: Apr 13, 2021 10:04:12 pm