RSU Inspects Offices

By , May 7, 2011 2:43 pm

RSU TOURS TO ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES FOR SMOOTH FUNCTIONING AT TSEMINYU SUB-DIVISION.
 The Rengma Students’ Union (RSU) stated that in its earlier visits to the Govt. Offices within its jurisdiction and demanding the various department employees and Officials to be sincere and dutiful in their assignment for which they are paid. However till dated, none of the department employees nor the Officers posted at the division are regular. The union, while initiating for quality education to the Students’ community and striving for harmonious and prosperous livelihood, vicious to see that the employees and Officers posted at Tseminyu are not at all Peoples friendly and unconcerned personality who does not bother about the development and welfare of the people. The Departmental Offices buildings, Infrastructure basic amenities are not a matter of concerned for the Govt. Officials at Tseminyu, where the union  lament that because of the irresponsible Employees and officers the Tseminyu Sub-Division one of the oldest have failed in many developmental activities leading to one of the most inefficient and undesirable Sub-division in the State. The Rengma Students while conducting a surprise visit to the offices on 21st March 2011 at 11: 30 am found most of the Govt Offices were locked “No employees Office” therefore the Union lauded that it shall sealed those offices in its another round of visit. The union has a query sent to the head of Department at its District Headquarter for justification and demanding for punitive action against those errant employee and Officers. The union also lament that it shall no longer remind a silent spectator on the inefficient and poor functioning of the Departmental Offices with a pathetic condition on the verge of collapsing and the bumpy road from Botsa to Tseminyu town is no less than a river ,therefore it lauded that if the Government Is at all not in position to keep up to maintained the road it should immediately withdraw the national highway within Rengma area .Ever since the widening and construction of NH-61 begins, the Rengma area is neglected ,and the Department of Road and Bridges ,National Highway division is keeping a blind and deaf to the present condition.. The Rengma Students Union is extremely upset with the system and the protocol the Govt. Employee is enjoying It Says “do not victimized Rengma people for your livelihood” the RSU doubt if the Govt. Of Nagaland is on a verge to eliminate Tseminyu sub-Division instead of upgrading it to a District head quarter for The Rengma Community, it warn the Govt. if the condition are not improve within a short span and failed to fill up the jagged and bump road, the RSU shall resort to imposed blocked on movement of all the Government Registered Vehicle within Rengma country and series of democratic agitation and stage a dharna in every happening place.
If you are a Government Servant get yourselves posted to Tseminyu Sub Division Where you have no nothing do to do but wait for the end of the  month and draw your salary. The Rengma Students Union is extremely upset with the system and the protocol the Govt.Employee is enjoying It Says “do not victimized Rengma people for your livelihood. deteriorating condition ,but despite of several proposal from the DIS the Dept.of School Education never took initiative to renovate the pathetic condition of the DIS office Tseminyu,for which the RSU doubt if the Govt. Of Nagaland is on a verge to eliminate TSeminyu sub-Division instead of upgrading it to a District head quarter for The Rengma Community. The union to its dismay appeal the Govt of Nagaland and the so called VVIPs of Nagaland how they enjoy travelling the bumpy road of Tseminyu.it warn  the Govt. if the condition are not improve the condition within a short span the union shall stage a dharna in every happening place where the Govt.

(KENNETH RENGMA)                                        (SOLOZU KENT)
  President                                                                   Gen.Secy
 

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