Sunday, March 26, 2023

Er. Picto inaugurates Atoizu police station

Er. PictoShohe, MLA on September 9, inaugurated Atoizu police station.
In a press release, 32 A/C Atoizu media cell informed that Er. Picto, while speaking as the special guest said the upgradation of Atoizu police outpost was approved after his formal request to the chief minister and deputy chief minister.
Stating that it had now become a full-fledged police station, the MLA expressed gratitude to deputy inspector general of police (HQ) Joseph Hesso and superintendent of police, Zunheboto, Khekali Y Sema for extending their support during the process of upgradation.
He encouraged the people in the region to work together and cooperate with the district administration and the police as a responsible people.
In a brief speech, deputy inspector general of police(HQ) Joesph Hesso said with the upgradation of the police station, the rural police station would also be covered for administrative conveniences.
He also assured to give his best to improve more basic infrastructural development in the days ahead.
In the opening remarks, superintendent of police (SP) Zunheboto, Khekali Y Sema said Atoizu police station located around 22 km from the district headquarters was established in 1974 and has now been upgraded into full-fledged police station which would cover 22 villages under its functional jurisdiction.
Pointing out that much was needed to be initiated with setting up of the police station, the SP appealed to the people to support each other in building a peaceful atmosphere.
She said the main concern for the officers and personnel was crime detection and prevention and disclosed that Zunheboto police were seriously dealing with the war against drugs.
In this regard, she urged upon the civil societies and student unions to work together to fight against such illegal activities in the district.
On behalf of Atoizu public, Atoizu Area GB Association president, Er. Hukato Shohe thanked the MLA and the people who supported the project.
ADC Atoizu, Nukutulu S Venuh also thanked the state government for approving the project.
Earlier, Er. Picto laid the foundation stone for the police station.
The programme was chaired by additional SP Zunheboto,Vekhrolo Koza, SBAK(Aizuto) executive secretary Rev. Mulato Chishi offered invocation while Police Baptist Church Zunheboto, pastor Hoketo Yeptho offered benediction.

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