Mon, January 20 (MTNews): DoNER officials visited Sawa village in Mon District and Yongam Village in Longleng District on January 18 and held an interactive meeting with the respective Village Councils and various stakeholders at Council Halls of the respective villages. The visit was aimed to generate awareness among the citizens about the ‘SAMBHAV Mission Mode’ program which focuses on the development of backward blocks/villages across the Northeast by converging and monitoring key indicators such as access to health, education, drinking water, electricity, and financial inclusion.


Officers of the Ministry of DoNER, officials of district administration Mon and Longleng along with village leaders and GBs of Sowa Village. (DPRO Longleng)


During the interaction, the central team enquired how the community was utilizing and implementing the different Central and State Government Schemes into practice at the grassroots level.
The team also instructed the village officials to draw attention to the need for local development and the flaws in the various projects.


SDO Civil, Aboi, Arhomo Yanthan, NCS, EAC Longleng, Dr. Samuel Akho Konyak P, NCS, Dobashis of Mon and Longleng, several other government officials and Village leaders and citizens participated in the programmes held at Sowa village and Yongam Village.


The visiting DoNER officials included Suresh Kumar S, Statistical Advisor (Joint Secretary Level), Chief Nodal Officer for Nagaland, Ministry of DoNER; Nehjamang Simte, Deputy Secretary, MDoNER and Dharmendra Kumar, Section Officer, MDoNER.

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