Travellers on state highway between Mokokchung and Tuensang received a much needed amenity with the inauguration of a cafeteria sponsored by department of tourism, Nagaland government by deputy commissioner Mokokchung, C. M. Tsanglao at a function on Saturday. The café is located at Tsutsung Valley, Moalenden of Longsa village, about 20 km from Mokokchung town.
According to an official bulletin, speaking at the function, Tsanglao lauded the steps taken by the people of Moalenden for the travellers and hoped that the wayside amenity would not only benefit the travellers but help boost the economy of the people of Moalenden. The DC also assured help from district administration to further develop the area into a tourist spot. Tsutsung valley is known for N.I Jamir Tea Estate and massive terrace cultivation of rice and other vegetables on the bank of the Tsutsung river. S.P Mokokchung, Ershad Wali who also attended the function said that maintenance of law and order in the area would be looked into on priority. He also said setting up a Police outpost at Tsutsung valley would be taken up with higher authority. Sharing his impression on the potential of Tsutsung valley, the S.P called upon the people of the area to harness the potential through collective efforts.