From protection of land belonging to various Government departments, studying/assessing feasibility of setting up a detention-cum-rehabilitation centre for drug addicts and action plan to contain outbreak of locust at Lungthul area were discussed during a DLCC meeting in Churachandpur on Saturday.
The District Level Coordination Committee (DLCC) meeting, chaired by Deputy Commissioner Shyam Lal Poonia of Churachandpur was held at the Conference Hall of DC’s office in Churachandpur town, located about 65 km south of Imphal, official sources said.
During the meeting it was resolved that land belonging to various Government departments/offices in the district be protected against encroachers. Towards this end, the Deputy Commissioner instructed the District Level Officers (DLOs) concerned to conduct proper demarcation of the land allotted to their departments and submit a copy of their patta to the district administration.
Taking cognizance of drug addicts and their menace in the society, the DLCC meeting also decided to hold another meeting of concerned departments such as District Social Welfare Organisation, Chief Medical Officer, Police, etc on Monday at 11 am at SP’s Office to study or assess the feasibility of setting up a detention cum rehabilitation centre for drug addicts, the source said.
As a security advisor, Senior SP Kabib K has also urged all concerned DLOs to install CCTV cameras within their respective premises in order to keep the offices premises under surveillance round the clock. Besides, it will also facilitate swift tracking of criminal activities, if any, in and around Government offices.
Expressing serious concern over the reported infestation of locust in Lungthul area under Singhat sub-division, the DC has instructed the District Agriculture Officer to send a team of officials to survey and assess the situation at the earliest.
Preparatory meeting for upcoming sporting events in the district like FootGal-2018 (5 girls A-side night Futsal tournament) which is slated to begin from October 8 at Rayburn HS and the Hill Districts Badminton Championship scheduled to begin early next month was another highlight of the DLCC meeting on Saturday.