TVC Prohibits Illegal Construction Within Its Jurisdiction - Eastern Mirror
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TVC prohibits illegal construction within its jurisdiction

By EMN Updated: May 01, 2024 9:45 pm
Member of Thüvopisü Village Council along with other stakeholders during a coordination meeting on April 28.

KOHIMA — The Thüvopisü Village Council (TVC) under Phek district has resolved to prohibit illegal constructions within its jurisdiction, while it also gave a timeframe of two weeks to the defaulters to dismantle all illegal constructions with effect from April 28 failing which the council has empowered the youth to dismantle illegal constructions.

The resolution to this effect was taken during a coordination meeting of the Thüvopisü Village Council (TVC) with all stakeholders on April 28 at the old church building in Thüvopisü village, stated an update from the village council.

The house deliberated on two lane road from Chozuba to Phek (NH-702A) and resolved to adhere on the directive issued by the deputy commissioner on March 20, 2024, which appealed to the village councils to restrain/prohibit construction of new structures within their jurisdiction as it was likely to impede the smooth passage of the highway project.

The house also resolved to submit a representation to the district administration by urging to take stringent action against illegal construction within right of way (ROW) along the proposed NH 702A two lane construction. It also decided to apprise the district administration to adequately compensate the effected landowners at the approved rate and in accordance to the land category under acquisition.

“If foul play or biasness on payment of land compensation is noticed or observed under its jurisdiction, the village council or the local monitoring committee shall file a writ petition/ public interest litigation in the interest of the public,” TVC warned in its resolution.

TVC further resolved to strengthen the hand of the district administration and all other stakeholders in the construction of the proposed NH702A two lane road and welcomed the project work to be started from Thüvopisümi village jurisdiction.

Meanwhile, the coordination meeting also resolved to constitute a committee to monitor and coordinate with stakeholders on two lane road construction known as local monitoring committee (LMC).

The committee would be led by Nezosa Tetseo as convenor, Vesathü Dozo as co-convenor, Kukhoto Venyo as secretary. The other members of LMC included Tseibou Khesoh, Sekuo Tetseo, Sadar chairman, president of TSU, president of TYA, chairperson of TWS, colony chairmen, VDB secretary, church advisor, pastors, head deacon and Thüvopisü Village Council as ex-officio member.

By EMN Updated: May 01, 2024 9:45:13 pm
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