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Social work at Jotsoma bypass

Mass social work being carried at Jotsoma bypass on Saturday. (DIPR)
Published on 5 Sep. 2010 12:09 AM IST
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An extensive mass social work was carried out Saturday at the Jotsoma bypass. The social work was organized by the Jotsoma Village Council (JVC) in collaboration with Jotsoma Youth Organization (JYO). In view of the road repair, the Jotsoma bypass road remained closed from 8 am to 4 pm.
According to DIPR, minister for roads & bridges, G. Kaito Aye, NLA Speaker, Kiyanilie Peseyie, Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, Bei-u Angami, SP Kohima, Rothihu Tetseo and other officials also visited the site where massive work was being carried out by the villagers assisted by paramilitary forces. A large number of people, including senior citizens of the village participated in the community social work with machineries like tipper trucks, JCBs, trucks, pick-ups etc.
Meanwhile, the Kohima Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) has appreciated the JVC and JYO for their concern shown towards the citizens of Kohima, commuters and transporters of NH 39.
The KCCI said that the traffic diversion due to the heavy landslide at NH 39 has caused immense hardship to the people of Jotsoma. Stating that anti-social elements were being invited due to the stranding of vehicles along NH 39, he KCCI said the Jotsoma people had been earnestly helping the police in checking such activities and to nab the culprits.
It appealed the state government and its agencies to grant enough funds for the repair of the bypass road and for developmental activities in the village.
The KCCI solicited further assistance from the JVC and JYO in easing the hardships faced by the commuters during their journey between Kohima and Dimapur along that route.
Meanwhile, the Nagaland intercession network NBCC prayer ministry along with God’s strain group organized a prayer meeting at PR Hill junction for the restoration of weather. The team would go to landslide site tomorrow and have a prayer meet at 2 pm.

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