Kohima, March 06 (NE): The Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA) under Zunheboto district which was in the headlines for the upgradation into a full fledged Degree Engineering College had now become the target of the burglars.
According to an information received by NagalandExpress, a series of burglary reported in the past two days had raised a serious concern on an attempt to malign the developmental activities which are currently underway.
On Wednesday, March 04, 2020 some unidentified miscreants broke into KPA Chemistry laboratory and stolen many valuable items and left the laboratory reckoned. A police case has been registered with Atoizu Police by the College Principal.
In another incident on Thursday, March 05, 2020 some unidentified miscreants stole valuable items from three vehicles belonging to professors within the KPA campus. Again, a Police case has been registered with Atoizu Police, today, March 06, 2020. The miscreants broke the wind glass and stole Car tool kits, music systems, pen drive, jack, car perfume, other car accessories, etc.
The Hon’ble Shri Temjen Imna Along, Minister for Higher and Technical Education and Tribal Affairs, GoN also the Nagaland state BJP President is extremely saddened to hear about this unfortunate incident, said a notification from Minister’s PRO, Shri Samuel Sumi. “These incidents add concern on the development activities, which are underway and Shri Temjen Imna is directly monitoring all the development activities to give the best to convince the central government to take up the matter about KPA upgradation to Engineering College and fulfill the long cherished aspirations of our students who are ambitious to be technocrats”, he added.
The Hon’ble Minister is personally persuing to write a turning point in the 40 years history of Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu, the public are expected to exercise utmost sanity and pave conducive atmosphere to let development take its course as UGC has already approved in principle to upgrade the long awaited KPA to full-fledged Govt Engineering College with world class infrastructure, commented the PRO.