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ITC Dan (Pangsha) to Shinnyu road inaugurated

ITC Dan (Pangsha) to Shinnyu road inaugurated
H. Haiying inaugurating the ITC Dan (Pangsha) to Shinnyu road at Shinnyu village on January 13. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 1/14/2021 12:40:59 PM IST

Advisor of Prisons, Printing and Stationery, H. Haiying inaugurated ITC Dan (Pangsha) to Shinnyu road on January 13 at Shinnyu village, in the presence of advisor, DUDA N. Bongkhao Konyak.

According to DIPR report, during the inaugural programme, Haiying stated that the inter district road of Mon and Noklak, constructed under the Department of Under Developed Area was a milestone achievement of Tobu area of Mon district and Pangsha area of Noklak district. Since very long time, “we” have been longing for this road and today, “our” dream has been fulfilled, he said. Pointing out that this road will become the lifeline of the region where connectivity between the neighbouring villages of Khiamniungan and Konyak was of paramount importance, Haiying said that this necessary as “our” ancestors have been living peacefully even in the past. For development in the most remote region, he sought cooperation from all walks of life to support the government in all developmental activities. 

N. Bongkhao Konyak expressed sincere appreciation to the contractor and officers of DUDA department for the successful completion of road. He also thanked the villagers, NGOs and public from all walks of life for co-operation and requested them to continue their support to the government. 

Khiamniungan Tribal Council, vice-president L. Buming in his short speech expressed appreciation to the advisors Haiying and Bongkhao for their efforts to complete the road and expressed hope that the road would be a lifeline of the region. Executive engineer, DUDA, Er. Imti Chang presented the technical report on construction of ITC Dan to Shinnyu village road. Dedication of road was led by Shinnyu village Baptist Church, pastor, Phonglei Konyak.

H. Haiying also inaugurated the football ground of Shinnyu village which was constructed under DUDA and also declared the Tobu Area Students Union sports meet open at Shinnnyu village.

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