Transcription of dictation no. – 6

Nagaland Governor Dr. Ashwani Kumar has said that the onus lies on the society to see that each member is given equal consideration. Addressing the first ever Special Olympics Nagaland Torch Run in Dimapur yesterday, The Governor said it is a matter of satisfaction that in Nagaland, there are noble organizations and so many kind people working for the differently abled persons. He said it was for this reason, there is no discrimination on grounds of disability or disparity in health or wealth and everybody is treated with equal

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respect and love in the State. Calling upon civil societies to keep in mind that the differently-abled persons love to participate in sports and games too, he said that various facilities like sports and music should be made available to these persons.For this, Dr. Kumar urged upon the State Government and civil societies to leave no stone unturned to provide such facilities to the needy persons. The torch run was led by MLA and chairman NSMDC, Thomas Lotha and joined by special athletes and various sports persons. More than 80 differently abled children participated in the torch run, which kicked off from Clock Tower point and culminated at DDSC stadium. The Election Commission has advised all print and electronic media not to publicize exit polls in disguise of opinion polls, hi letters to heads of all television channels and print media, the Commission asked them to maintain a level playing field and ensure free and fanelections.

It observed that some news channels broadcast opinion polls on 14th of this month, which for all practical purposes were exit polls. The opinion polls also included results in respect of various polls held recently in 111 parliamentary constituencies, which amounted to dissemination of exit polls results. The poll body viewed the telecast and publication of opinion polls as a violation of the

Representation of Peoples Act.
Launching its anti-corruption movement against the State Government Departments, the Action Committee Against Unabated Taxation Magaland filed RTI applications at the Civil Secretariat Kohima, yesterday. The RT1 applications were filled against the Departments of Personnel and Administration Reforms and Rural Development. The ACAUT team was accompanied by ACAUT Legal Cell convener and advocate, Kezhokhoto Savi. Briefing media persons, ACAUT RTI convener Dr. Khekugha Muni said the organization do not have any ill intention against any individual or Department. However, he said if any discrepancies is found in any department, ACAUT would file RTI and would continue to raise its voice against corruption.

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