DIPR Naga News (06.11.2020)
November 6, 2020
DC & DEO KOHIMA INFORMS ON COUNTING OF VOTES FOR 14 SOUTHERN ANGAMI-I AC
The counting of votes for the 14 Southern Angami I (ST) AC will be taken up on 10th November, 2020 at 8:00 AM in the Conference Hall of the Deputy Commissioner Kohima.
In this connection, the Deputy Commissioner and District Election Officer Kohima Mohammed Ali Shihab A has informed all the Candidates that under law, counting agents are to be appointed in Form 18, one for each counting table plus one for the Returning Officer Table.
It is also requested to note that the 100 meter periphery around the counting centre will be demarcated as “pedestrian zone” and no vehicles shall be allowed. Note that only the following persons can be allowed inside the counting hall:
- Counting Supervisors and Counting Assistants, Micro-observers;
- Persons authorised by the ECI (possessing Authority Letter duly issued by ECI) and Observers;
- Public servants on duty in connection with the election and
- Candidates, their election agents and counting agents.
No personal effects like cellular phones, camera-still or video (except official recording by appointed person) is allowed inside the counting hall. If any such items are brought, the same should be deposited at the counter that will opened for the purpose.
APC NAGALAND & TEAM TO VISIT BOKE-BOTSA ON 7th NOV
As decided at the coordination meeting of the Agri & Allied Department and in pursuance to the decision taken to implement the Agri & Allied Settled Farming, Y. Kikheto Sema, IAS, Agri Production Commissioner, Nagaland will be going for a field visit to Boke-Botsa under Chiephobozou Sub-Division on 7th November, 2020.
The Agri Production Commissioner will be accompanied by a host of senior government officials from various departments.
(Wepre Kronu, APRO)
MARATHON AS PART OF SVEEP CAMPAIGN AT PUGHOBOTO
As a part of SVEEP campaign, a mini marathon was organized on 6th Nov at Pughoboto. The mini marathon was flagged off by the Addl. Deputy Commissioner & District Election Officer, Pughoboto, Thungchanbemo Tungoe, who encouraged the youths to participate enthusiastically in the electoral process.
‘Your vote is precious than gold or diamond so don’t let anyone snatch away your previous vote’, said the ADC. He encouraged the participants to do away with proxy voting and asked them to take part in the electoral process and to choose the right leader for the betterment of our society, state and the country. Cash prizes were awarded to the winners in two categories, male and female. All the participants will be given certificate on the National Voters’ Day on 25th January 2021.
OPENING OF SCHOOLS/ONLINE CLASSES DISCUSSED AT TUENSANG DPDB MEETING
District Planning and Development meeting held at DC’s conference hall Tuensang on 6th November 2020. Kumar Ramnikant IAS DC and Vice Chairman DPDB Tuensang chaired the meeting.
The forum discussed on the COVID 19 present scenario. DC enquired regarding Office attendance and functioning of the respective departments of the district.
Agenda on opening of schools was discussed where the ADEO Tuensang responded that the department is all preparing but will depend on the NBSE survey directives. She also highlighted on all the ongoing exercises in the department like online classes and exams where she also mentioned the partial classes for classes IX and X but the outcome is too small she added. She mentioned factors that are hampering the ongoing processes like slow internet connectivity and infrastructures for segregation of the pupils inside the class.
IRCS agenda on enrolment of officers of the district was also discussed and reaffirmed that the DPDB members be a member IRCS. Er. Chingmak Chang Executive Engineers Water Resources Tuensang was conferred a life time officer member of IRCS of the District.
The agenda of dilapidated condition of NH 202 was also discussed where the EE NH Tuensang responded that the restoration works are on and department workforce at stationed at three different places in action. He also conveyed to the house that in the earliest possible the NH 202 will be taken over by NHIDCL which may be good sign for the improvement of the road he added. While other members also apprised on the deplorable condition needs new construction with widening new bridges and are of the view that only repairing could not give the solution to the recent situations. The NH department Tuensang was asked to furnish the details of the roads and bridges within NH 202 so that DP&DB may forward to the competent authority for the early bailout of the situation.
The house also discussed on the random parking vehicles at the road and traffic diversions within the town and decided to set up a committee comprising District Administration, Town Council, Transport, Police and All Ward Union to review the matter.
(Thungti Chang, IA Tuensang)
LONGLENG DPDB MEETING HELD
The monthly Longleng District Planning and Development Board meeting was held on 6th November 2020 at DCs conference hall under the chairmanship of ADC Longleng D. Robin.
At the meeting ADC requested all HODs to attend the monthly meeting without fail, and also if the HODs cannot attend in person, representative from the department who has department work knowledge should attend the meeting.
Review discussed on some important points including (1) Upgradating of police post at Tamlu HQ, to take up as early possible. (2) Land Survey – Any Departments whoever didn’t submit application for survey of Land should submit the same at DC office, for survey report as early as possible, as directed by the Government of Nagaland.
Regarding registration of P. Helom Phom charitable society the house agreed to forward for government registration.
(Manjong Phom, IA Longleng)
BRIEFING ON COVID-19 ON 6th OF NOVEMBER 2020 FOR NAGALAND BY PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, HOME
The full text is as follows:
“As regard the total number of COVID-19 cases detected today, it is 63 cases- 16 in Kohima, 41 in Dimapur, 3 in Mon, 2 in Mokokchung and 1 in Peren. The total number of positive cases in the State now stands at 9,327.
Out of the 9,327 positive cases, the total recoveries so far are 8,195. The active cases are 997 and there have been 39 deaths. As per the severity of symptoms 932 active cases are asymptomatic, 39 active cases are mild, 10 active cases are moderate on oxygen, 9 active cases are severe on oxygen, 3 active cases are critical without oxygen and 4 active cases are on ventilator.
Further, out of 9,327 positive cases, the distribution across various categories of people are: 4,019 cases of Armed Forces/ Police, 1,669 cases of Returnees, 3,181 cases of Traced Contacts and 458 cases of Frontline Workers.
A total of 63,824 samples have been sent for testing through RT-PCR and results of 62,529 samples have been received. In addition, a total 34,085 samples have been sent for testing on Truenat and results of 34,083 samples have been received. Through Rapid Antigen Test 4,325 samples have been tested.”