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Tobu students serve ultimatum to construction agency

By EMN Updated: Jan 06, 2018 10:58 pm

‘80% of work’s funds drawn’

Dimapur, Jan. 6 (EMN): The Tobu Town Students’ Union (TTSU) has served a 15-day ultimatum to a construction group called NK Construction Agency to resume construction work on a ‘youth hall’ at Tobu town.
A press release issued by the union’s president, H Khamba, informed about deliberations during the 37th general session of the group that was held on Dec. 27. The union stated that the TTSU had deliberated at length ‘regarding the delay in completion of the hall construction which was stated to have started in the year 2010.’
The union warned the implementing agency not to take the voice of the students’ union for granted.
The TTSU expressed disappointment at the contractor for failing to respond to a previous press release which was published on Jan. 3.
“The union would like to state that as per the RTI reports from the RTI cell Tobu, the estimated budget for construction is 100 lakhs out of which 80% of the amount has been withdrawn from the department,” the release stated.
The union also reminded the contractor, NK Construction Agency, to immediately resume construction works within a period of 15 days. The organisation cautioned that failing to do as demanded would compel the union to take an own course of action and ‘will not be responsible for any untoward incident that may occur in future.’
Also, in other matters, the union has directed shopkeepers in Tobu town not to sell any crackers.

By EMN Updated: Jan 06, 2018 10:58:03 pm