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expedite peace process: State BJP unit
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, May 21 (NPN):
Published on 22 May. 2010 12:00 AM IST
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In the first ever executive meeting of the state unit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the party urged the government to expedite the ongoing peace process and dialogue with the Government of India and asserted that there shouldn’t be any objection with regard to Muivah’s visit to Manipur. The meeting which was held at its head office, Dimapur, was also attended by BJP MP and party in-charge of Nagaland Rajen Gohain and the party in-charge of Northeast P Chandrashekar Rao.
Lamenting that the quality of workmanship along the National and state highways was very poor, the party called for strict implementation of the guidelines for the contractors or take full responsibility for the poor quality of roads. Further asserting that the ‘delay causes extra expenditure’ in contractual works, the party also advocated the government to ensure that the works are completed within the stipulated time. The party also urged the government to clarify on the sanctioned amount released for four laning of Dimapur till Kohima and when it is to be implemented.
On the pay revision, the party urged the government to give a ‘serious consideration’ on implementation of the 6th ROP for the state government employees.
Further, maintaining that ‘no single authority’ should be appointed for recruitment of police personnel, the party also called for setting up a permanent recruitment board by the Home department and ban backdoor appointments.
Memorandum to SC to stop the supply of timber.
The party also resolved to submit a memorandum to the Supreme Court to permanently stop the supply of timber and fanta from the state. At the same time, called for discouraging private unlicensed mining of coal.
With regard to the MGNREGA programme, the party called upon the MLAs and department concerned to clarify on the utilization of funds allotted under the scheme.

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