Meeting on Kohima-Jessami 2 lane

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/23/2021 12:39:02 PM IST

Phek district administration conducted a meeting with regards to the Kohima-Jessami two lane road project at Pfutsero on Tuesday.

The meeting was attended by minister of Planning and Co-ordination, Land Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs Neiba Kronu, Kezhienyi Khalo MLA, district administration, NHIDCL, contractors, Chakhesang Public Organisation, Chakhesang Mother’s Association, Chizami range public organisation, village councils and public leaders of the district.

Deputy commissioner, Phek, Razouvolie Dozo addressed the meeting and acknowledged the government, Neiba Kronu and NHIDCL for bringing the mega two lane project in the district.

He also requested village leaders and concerned citizens to co-operate with the district administration, NHIDCL contractors for smooth functioning of the mega development activities.

Kronu in his speech requested all stakeholders to give full cooperation for the successful implementation of the project.

He said that Phek district was the most fortunate district with many road projects underway and more to come.

He said the villages through which the present two lane project (Kohima-Jessami) crosses should not be considered as “affected villages” but rather considered as ‘benefitted villages” because with the completion of the project, the public could explore more opportunities.

He also requested land compensation beneficiaries to utilise their compensation money in a positive way by way of investing for their future.

He also highlighted that some other road projects were coming up soon.

The minister acknowledged the NHIDL for taking up several projects in Nagaland and also requested them to respect the authorities of the villages while dealing with village leaders.

The minister also highlighted that the present Kohima-Jessami two lane project was a fast progressing project in the state.

Meanwhile, Kezhienyi Khalo shared his concerns on matters related to two-lane project and requested both the public and NHIDL to coordinate better.

NHIDCL general manager, SP Phek, SDO (C) Pfutsero, contractors of different packages, Chakhesang Public Organization, Chakhesang Mother’s Association, Chizami range public organization, village councils and public leaders also spoke at the meeting.

District administration informed that re-survey of the affected land and properties would commence from March 3, 2021 and compensated beneficiaries have also been requested to demolish their properties before March 15, 2021.

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