Task Force on job in Kohima
DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 23
AS per the directives of Deputy Commissioner Kohima, the Task Force has begun its work in full swing from November 22, carrying out eviction of encroachers, clearing and widening the roads in Kohima district.
The Task Force was constituted to ensure safety of roads and highways within the jurisdiction of Kohima district and to remove/evict the encroachments and illegal activities along the public roads that cause blockage/clogging of drains/culverts, mudslides and damage to roads.In Sechu Zubza area, the evictions were carried out under the direction of SDO (C) Sechu Zubza Mohammad Ali Shihab as convernor, Presidents of Western Angami Public Organization and Western Angami Youth Organization, police, 89 RCC, GREF, village chairmen and functionaries of Jotsoma, Sechu Zubza and Peducha. dobashis and gaonburas from the area are also actively participating in the work.
Under Jakhama sub-division, the Phesama youth and Jakhama villagers, as directed, started clearing the highway since yesterday. The work continued today with assistance of Southern Angami Youth Organization. The work in the Southern area sector- NH-02 is led by SDO (C) Jakhama Sungti Jamir as convenor and assisted by Southern Angami Organization president, OC, Khuzama Police Station, Unni Krishna, officiating OIC, Jakhama area, GREF, Concerned Village Council chairmen and Southern Angami Youth Organization president.
In Kohima town area, the Task Force has started widening of the PWD junction area under the convenorship of Revenue Officer Kohima Zibenthung Kithan and other members including Angami Public Organization president, EE (Urban), EE (NH), EE R&B (South), EE, PHED, Kohima (Urban), DSP (Traffic), Kohima, Sr. Inspector, KMC, Angami Youth Organization president, Nagaland Contractors & Suppliers Union vice president, PK Singh, 2 IC, 89 RCC,GREF, Kohima Village Council chairman and Kohima Village Youth Organization president.
Revenue Officer, Kohima, Zibenthung Kithan has appreciated the public cooperation in carrying out the works and has further called upon all concerned for their continued support.
Deputy Commissioner Kohima W Honje Konyak visited the sites where clearance/evictions etc were being carried out. He expressed satisfaction over the works done so far and has also appealed to the public for support and cooperation.
He stated that the Task Force exercise will be a continuous process even after the Hornbill Festival where they will assist the departments concerned in the follow-up activities.
The Deputy Commissioner also said there will be a total clean-up of the State capital on November 27 ahead of the State’s celebration of 50 years of statehood and the Hornbill Festival.