Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Govt employees from Dzongu hold coordination meeting

MANGAN, 17 Feb: Government employees from Dzongu constituency organized a coordination meeting at Forest guest house, Namprikdang, on 16 February.
The programme was chaired by Joint Director, HRDD North, Sonam Lepcha, accompanied by Assistant Director, HRDD North, ST Lepcha, Samten Lepcha, Mika Lepcha and other government employees.
The meeting urged all the employees to refrain from getting involved in direct political activities and perform their duties in service with full dedication. Proper coordination with Panchayat and public for the development of Dzongu was also stressed.
The house also discussed allegations of lack of coordination between the government employees, Panchayat and public and condemned the same. The issue of educated unemployed youth of Dzongu was also discussed, wherein it was suggested that they should be properly guided in the right direction by their elders and seniors.
The meeting also resolved to reject government employees forcibly transferred to the area as, it was stated that, the public suffers from their incompetence and carelessness. The need for urgent repair of the road from Pheedang to CWC via Sankalang, lower Dzongu which comes under BRO needs and the road from CWC to Lingzya, upper Dzongu which is funded by Himagiri HEP Pvt Ltd and executed by PWD Roads & Bridges was highlighted. It was stated that these roads are in deplorable condition and maintenance works are not in progress due to which the public are facing transportation problems.
Poor telecommunication services and the lack of broadband connection in senior secondary government schools as mandated under the Right to Education Act were also highlighted. There is no such provision in Dzongu and such facilities must be provided at the earliest, it was stressed.
It was also informed that for the up-coming general election the Sikkim Democratic Front party’s candidate for Dzongu will be nominated by the general public. They have also demanded that the Pheedang and Sangkalang Checkposts be strengthened in view of the upcoming elections.
The meeting further urged for maintaining peace and unity in Dzongu and thanked the government for other facilities and schemes especially the Chief Minister’s Meritorious Scholarship scheme wherein the maximum number of scholarships have been provided to students from Dzongu.
The programme concluded with vote of thanks delivered by Headmaster, Samten Lepcha.

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