In view of the deteriorating condition of Science College road connecting Kohima town due to excessive use, Pulie Badze Club Jotsoma (PBCJ) organized a one-day social work to repair the road on October 23. The road has become a lifeline for vehicles travelling to and fro from Dimapur following the closure of the NH-39 due to heavy landslides in and around KMC dumping site of the highway.
Club members, Jotsoma villagers and volunteers from various colonies of Science College area participated in the social work. PBCJ in this regard, extended gratitude to Science College Jotsoma staff and students, staff of zoological & wildlife sanctuary Pulie Badze and PWD (R&B) south division, and all those who cooperated with the club at the social work.
The club also acknowledged NCSU president Pele Khezhie, Nizeto Peseyie, Rose Peseyie, Megonisalie Nakhro, Delie Nagi and Golhusie Nagi for contributing JCBs, tipper trucks, materials and financial assistance during the road maintenance social work.