DMC inaugurates second newly-repaired road in Dimapur
Dimapur, February 26
Capping another phase of ongoing developmental works being undertaken by the Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC), a new road has been inaugurated on Thursday, February 26.
Chief Executive Officer of the municipal council Atokhe Aye inaugurated a second repaired road, running the stretch from Old Masjid road in DImapur. Former Town Committee chairman S Yanger Aier was the chief guest of Thursday’s event. During the programme the DMC’s administrator highlighted the project as a successful work, a project being implemented successfully with the support of the government of Nagaland and through finance enabled by toll tax collected in Dimapur area by the developmental agency.
Aye said that the council’s mission towards having a better and cleaner Dimapur would be achieved only if the public works together with the stakeholders. The DMC plans to accomplish the desired ambition of ‘cleaning and repairing’ roads and drainages in the entire municipality before the monsoon sets in. The work is for the welfare and ‘convenience’ of the town’s citizens, Aye explained.
The DMC chief spoke further explaining that the three-month project started early this year in January and stands as one of the biggest projects for the municipality. The project plans bringing about ‘developmental changes’ in the district, he said.
Also, chief guest S Yanger Aier lauded the municipal council. In his short speech, the former committee leader lauded the DMC officials for successfully repairing and maintaining the stated roads. The activity, according to Aier, was ‘creditable and commendable.’
President of Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hukivi Chishi was also present during the programme. He praised the work being undertaken by the DMC for the citizens of Dimapur.
The business association of Dimapur will request the state for 3 more months of extension to enable more such ‘developmental changes’ in the district, Chishi said. Representatives of various civil groups and organizations were also present during the inaugural programme.