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ENSF ultimatum to contractors
DIMAPUR, NOV 2 (NPN):
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Published on 3 Nov. 2010 12:12 AM IST
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Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has served ultimatum to all contractors/firms executing 1st phase and 2nd phase road construction on NH-202 to resume works within November 10.
According to ENSF president Hawang T. Wangsha and vice president Likhumse Sangtam, the federation had waited patiently for the past five to six months as requested by minister for road and bridges, despite tripartite resolution of ENPO/ENSF/ENWO.
However, the federation appears to have run out of patience, as it has reminded all the contractors, firms of NEC, NLCPR, PMGSY, PM package and state plan (R&B), undertaking road construction and related works within “eastern Nagaland”, to resume their respective works and complete within stipulated time as per government work orders.
“The federation had received numerous complaints from ENSF federating units and general public concerning the poor workmanship and delaying attitude of the contractors/firms,” the signatories said, and cautioned that any “defaulting” contractors/firms would be “strongly noted by the federation.”
Further, reminding the contractors/firms to execute and implement works as per prescribed norms, the ENSF said: “if any necessary problem arises hampering the works, the contractors/firms may intimate the federation immediately.”
The ENSF also urged “national workers” to retrain from “unnecessary and unauthorized taxation and harassment”, which it described hampered the common development.
Meanwhile, it also urged the responsible department not to allow withdrawal of bills pertaining to NH-202, NEC, NLCPR, PMGSY, PM package and state plan (R&B) unless the workmanship was maintained, completed and spot verified by the competent authority”.
“If any discrepancies arises, the department concern will be held responsible,” warned the federation, saying it would also verify the workmanship within its jurisdiction.

 
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