CPO adopts resolution on road works, others

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/30/2019 11:58:44 AM IST

Chakhesang Public Organization (CPO) during its extended executive council meeting held on June 29, at Phek Town Council Hall, Phek adopted several resolutions particularly concerning road construction.

Attended by all the frontal organizations including Chakhesang Mothers’ Association, Chakesang Students’ Union, Chakhesang Youth Front, Chakhesang Wrestling Association, Chakhesang Cultural Organization, all the seven area presidents, VCC and Head GBs from every village, the house resolved to stand united and extend cooperation to the implementing agencies for the successful completion of the two-lane road work-- Chakahbama to Zunheboto via Chozuba and Pfutsero to Phek via Sakraba. The house resolved to impress upon NHIDCL and the district administration to ensure that the contractors are not allowed to compromise on quality workmanship and to ensure that the works are completed within the stipulated time.

It was also decided that CPO will pursue for compensation for properties that were damaged during works carried out by Gayatri & Maytas. For any grievances under the ongoing road project, the house resolved that no unauthorized body-- individual/group would approach the administrative authorities unless it is routed through its own village council.

As per the Article 6(v), the house re-affirmed that in the event of any area/unit failing to function properly as per the traditional tenants of CPO, and if their activities are found detrimental to the common interest of the Chakhesangs, the CPO will resort to reformative measures.

The house also asked the VCCs, Head GBs and Town ward chairmen be cautious while certifying ‘residency certificate’ in order to avoid any repercussion relating to Aadhaar card and Indigenous Certificate. They have also been asked to maintain strict adherence in observing Village Council Act.1978. It was also decided that the village authorities will extend full co-operation with administrators and various agencies for any kind of developmental projects.

The house also re-affirmed its commitment to uphold the ban on burning of forest, hunting of wild animals, import of pork from outside the district. It also decided that preservation of biodiversity-- flora and fauna will continue to be imposed. 

Meanwhile, the house entrusted Chakhesang Youth Front to enforce the above resolutions, CPO president Mikha Kenye and general secretary Veduvo Rhakho stated in a press note.


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