His Royal Highness’s visit to Nagaland will have a far reaching impact in positive terms.
Stating that the entire visit was carried out seamlessly without a hitch in any of the events, the CM in a release today said each event was organised flawlessly and congratulated all the officers who coordinated the events for a job well done.
The entire visit was carried out under the overall supervision of Chief Secretary Lalthara, and the four events held at War Cemetery, Convention Centre, Bamboo hall and World War II Museum were personally managed in most exemplary manner by Home Commissioner J Alam, Additional Chief Secretary and Development Commissioner Alemtemshi Jamir, Additional Chief Secretary and Commissioner Banuo Z Jamir and Commissioner and Secretary Himato Zhimomi, he said. Other departments, particularly Housing, Forest, Rural Development, Industries & Commerce, Kohima Municipal Council and district administration and police of Kohima and Dimapur districts put extra efforts to make the royal visit an outstanding success, he added.
Expressing happiness that the response of the people and citizens of the State in according a warm welcome and send-off to the visiting Prince created a positive and welcoming image of Nagaland to the outside world, the State Government congratulated and expressed appreciation to all the officers, participating departments and the people of the State for making the Royal visit a great success. The government also complimented the Assam Rifles for excellent conduct of the programme at the War Cemetery under the supervision of Maj. Gen. BS Das, IGAR. EMN