New Nagaland govt sets 100 days action plan for the state

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Story highlights

  • Newly formed PDA govt of Nagaland sets the agenda for first 100 days
  • NDPP-led PDA government was formed on March 8
  • The ministers held their first cabinet meeting to set the agenda

People’s Democratic Alliance(PDA) is a coalition government formed after the alliance of BJP and NDPP party of Nagaland. After the formation of government in the state, the new ministers including the Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio held their cabinet meeting where they set up a 100 days action plan.

CM promised good governance and transparency

Nagaland has received a new government in the state after the assembly elections. After the formation of the government in the state, the PDA govt has set up its first cabinet meeting.

In the meeting, the new Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio along with other cabinet ministers set targets for their respective departments for the first 100 days.

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“To begin with, all government departments and institutions will be required to have their own websites, portals and social media accounts to provide information about the work to be undertaken over the next 100 days,” a statement issued by Cabinet Secretary Temjen Toy said.

As Nagaland government lacked social media handles and the official websites, these steps will help in bridging the gap between the populace and the government.

Later the meeting, the Chief Minister of Nagaland held a press conference where he shared his feelings and the plan the government is going to implement in the upcoming days.

In the statement, Rio promised “good governance, transparency and a culture of meritocracy” to its people.

“The targets set by the government for 100 days, six months and one year will be made public,” the statement said.

Along with this, the government also promised the periodical checks of the works of its ministers in their respective departments.

Also Read: PDA will not go ‘against law of the land’-CM Neiphiu Rio


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