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GOUN cautions due to soil erosion

By EMN Updated: Jul 26, 2022 10:18 pm
Seen in the picture is a strong current of Chathe River nearby the Global Open University in Nagaland.

Dimapur, July 26 (EMN): The Global Open University, Nagaland (GOUN), has informed that the strong current of River Chathe in Sodzulhou Village has eroded away at least 100 meter stretch of the public road leading to Seithekhe Basa Village and other areas from Sodzulhou Village.

In a press release, the vice chancellor of GOUN, Dr. HN Dutta, stated that the strong current owing to incessant rains has also affected the eastern point of the university, removing the underground soil of its boundary wall and thereby threatening further damage to the university building accommodating the hostel management department.

“This has disrupted all public communications formerly maintained through this public road. The villagers of Seitheke Basa and others approached The Global Open University, Nagaland, seeking passage through the university campus, which has been permitted considering the occurrence of natural disaster,” it added.

By EMN Updated: Jul 26, 2022 10:18:30 pm