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PDA thanks Centre and state govt. over quick response to natural calamities in Nagaland

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Imphal, Aug 7,

The People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) thanks the Government of Nagaland and the Central Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and all the concerned government and non-government agencies including the administration, police and paramilitary, the NSDMA and the NDPF for their quick response to the recent natural calamities in the state.
A statement issued by the Media cell of the PDA also expressed deep condolence to the members of those families who have lost precious lives and our concern to those citizens who are undergoing difficulties due to floods, landslides and sinking zones caused by the heavy rains.
“The PDA expresses its appreciation to the Government of India under the leadership of Honorable PM, Mr. Narendra Modi, who have positively responded to the requests of the State by extending all possible assistance and also for deputing the MoS (Home) to visit the State and take stock of the prevailing conditions. Appreciation is extended to Mr. Kiren Rijiju for taking the trouble to visit the State and assure the GoI’s fullest assistance to Nagaland to prevail upon the present condition’ , the statement said.
The statement appealed the citizens of Nagaland to come together under a spirit of unity and extend all possible help to the various departments and agencies who are tirelessly working to ease the sufferings of the people and combating the difficult forces of nature.
In view of the prevailing conditions, the PDA has set up coordination committees comprising of the presidents of the respective PDA parties at the district level. These PDA committees will have coordination meetings and also meet with the district administration in order to extend any assistance and logistics if necessary for carrying out relief and rehabilitation. The committees will also furnish information of any damages, calamities or difficulties being faced by the people to the respective district administrations for follow up actions, the statement added.

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