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DAN govt will stand true to its commitment: Yitachu

KOHIMA, NOV 21 (NPN)(Correspondent)
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Published on 21 Nov. 2012 11:51 PM IST
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Parliamentary secretary, tourism, law and justice, Yitachu said Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) government will stand true to its commitment and pave the way when an an honorable and acceptable political solution is achieved.

Nagas want an early settlement and DAN government under the leadership of chief minister was giving its best effort to facilitate for an early settlement, said the parliamentary secretary.

Yitachu stated this after inaugurating the Ngulienyu View Tower at Kohima village Wednesday as chief guest.
In order to bring development in the area, the parliamentary secretary appealed to the people to join hands with DAN government and asserted that chief minister Neiphiu Rio who is an “undisputable leader” has also brought noticeable development in the state keeping in mind the responsibility as a politician towards the state and its citizens.

Emphasizing on tourism sector in the state, Yitachu said the state has tremendous scope to boost tourism with its rich cultural resources and scenic beauty.

He felt Kohima village being the second largest village in Asia should have its “social sense” to boost tourism along with the newly inaugurated Ngulienyu View Tower where visitors/ tourist can cherish their visit and spread the message across the world.

He urged the people to come out with more activities like availing artifacts at the site and a coffee house to attract tourists and also for economic development of the society and the state.

Yitachu said the inauguration of the tower would be another attraction for tourists visiting the Hornbill Festival at Naga Heritage Village Kisama staring from December 1.

He informed that there would be additional activities this coming Hornbill Festival and that Nagaland tourism department has taken up these events to attract more tourists to the state, especially during tribal festivals.

MLA Dr. Nicky Kire requested the tourism department to provide at least three telescopes at the tower, from where a total of 62 villages of various districts of Nagaland, some parts of Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh are visible.

He said with the help of a telescope, tourists will able to enjoy the scenic beauty. Chairman of D. Khel Aba-o Kire also spoke on the occasion.

Earlier, the programme was chaired by joint director tourism K.T Thomas while director, Tourism, Y. Kikon delivered the welcome address. Tourism department officials, village elders, Kohima village officials etc., attended the inaugural programme.

 
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