Advisor Kazheto Kinimi inaugurates office complex of Chief Veterinary Officer & Veterinary Hospital, Tseminyu

BY | Thursday, 11 July, 2024

The Office Complex of the Chief Veterinary Officer & Veterinary Hospital, Tseminyu was inaugurated by Advisor, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services, Kazheto Kinimi in the presence of MLA & Chairman DPDB Tseminyu, Ar. Jwenga Seb and other officials at Tseminyu on July 11, informed a DIPR report.

During the programme, Advisor, Kazheto Kinimi stated that the Department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services takes immense pride in delivering the office complex to the people. He called on the people to take ownership and safeguard the infrastructure.  Urging the people to realise the potential of dairy farming in Nagaland, Kinimi said that it can provide gainful employment to various sections of society and make the State self-sufficient in milk production, egg production, poultry, livestock and meat production.

Encouraging the people in dairy farming and livestock rearing, Kinimi said a veterinary hospital in a district will result in better care and health of the livestock and poultry, which in turn will translate to better productivity and income.

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He also appealed to the concerned authorities, the public leaders and citizens to co-operate and work with the department to make the hospital a success. The Advisor also congratulated the department, its engineering wing, the contractor, MLA, Jwenga Seb and former MLA & Advisor of the department, R. Khing who initiated this project, for ensuring the project to become a reality.

The keynote address was delivered by Director Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services, Dr. Achila Ao and short speeches were delivered by MLA, Jwenga Seb and DC Tseminyu, Rohit Singh, IAS. The programme was chaired by Dr. Gwathonlo Tsela, VAS Tseminyu while words of gratitude was shared by Dr. Kenalo Kath, i/c CVO, Tseminyu Kazheto Kinimi said that this newest and youngest district of the state lead the way for the other districts to follow.

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