KOHIMA, APR 9 (NPN): State DGP K. Kire on Saturday appealed the people of Jakhama to donate their unused/extra water supply to the people of Kohima town.
He said talks to shift the state capital were being raised in the assembly due to water scarcity problem prevailing in Kohima town.
The state DGP urged the people of Jakhama to deliberate on the matter and then tie up with the government to help ease water problem. Maintaining that unused water from sources in the southern region flow towards Assam, he believed those in need must be benefited rather than letting it go waste. If taken in to consideration, Kire said the people of Kohima would be ever grateful to the southern Angami region.
He was speaking at the building inauguration of dormitory of Porütsomia clan of Jakhama village. The programme was held at the newly constructed village meeting place at Porütso Khel, Jakhama village.
Touching on the importance of sports, K. Kire said a good sportsman glorifies his family and society, stay healthy and also earns good source of revenue.
While maintaining so, he cautioned that sportspersons must lead exemplary lives as they are held in high esteem by youngsters.
Lauding the community for the magnificent building, Kire said the building indicated there was unity among the community members.
Kaisa Rio, wife of state chief minister Neiphiu Rio, who was the special guest of the programme, released a souvenir titled “Porütso Seweda.”
Songs were presented by the womenfolk. The programme was chaired by Kevilezo Savi, convener of organizing committee.