Principal Secy Takes Stock of Issues at NAOB

Published: 13th September 2014 06:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th September 2014 06:45 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM: Principal secretary of the Revenue Department JC Sharma has suggested to the Eastern Naval Command (ENC) officials to provide employment on daily wages basis for carrying out the Naval Alternate Operation Base (NAOB) works at Rambilli.

Reviewing the problems of NAOB here Friday, Sharma directed the revenue officials to put an end to the oustee problems. The principal secretary directed the collector and the joint collector to respond to the problems of oustees at the NAOB and find a lasting solution to them. The official also alerted the officials to ensure hassle-free works at the NAOB. Responding to the officials reports on the pending cases at Lokayukta, Sharma recommended payment of compensation to all eligible persons and inform the same to the Lokayukta immediately. He also directed the officials to provide all facilities at the rehabilitation colony constructed at M.Chinta village.

Collector N Yuvaraj informed the principal secretary that 407 families were shifted to the rehabilitation colony and another 54 families residing near the boundary wall of NAOB were yet to be shifted. Joint collector Praveen Kumar, naval officer Captain P Bisthu, additional joint collector Y Narasimha Rao and  RDO Vasantha Rayudu were present.

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