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Reconstruction work begin at CM’s residence
Correspondent KOHIMA, FEB 17 (NPN):
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Published on 18 Feb. 2011 12:48 AM IST
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Works to reconstruct chief minister’s official residence, razed down February 8, began Thursday after a dedication ceremony attended by council of ministers, parliamentary secretaries, MLAs and government officials.
The state chaplain Rev. K. Luruo invoked blessings, following which the works began.
Detail layout of the structure was finalised February 16 by the chief minister.
Rio said the building would be a combination of modern architecture and traditional motifs.
The new building is anticipated to be completed within 8 months and is hoped to be a unique structure.
Disclosing this at the welcoming programme of erstwhile NCP legislators and party workers into NPF, the state chief minister Neiphiu Rio said unity could do wonders and achieve many things, whilst referring to February 8 fire incident, where people in unity rallied and offered sympathy.
He also said that DAN legislators, as sign of unity, had a meeting without him and offered to contribute funds under local area development fund (LADF) for the reconstruction of chief minister’s residence.
Rio also disclosed that NLA speaker had written to the Opposition Congress Party in the state legislative assembly to contribute through LADF.
(With DIPR inputs)

 
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