ZCCI holds 2nd general session in Zunheboto

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/14/2020 10:42:25 AM IST

Zunheboto Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ZCCI) observed its 2nd general session at town hall Zunheboto on February 14.

According to ZCCI, in his speech, outgoing president Shikahoto Jakha stressed on the importance of unity and stressed on the importance of business as government jobs were hard to find. He also lauded ZCCI for contributing to the society and mitigating many social problems.
Kikheto Muru president elect ZCCI said that Zunheboto was in the heart of Nagaland and that it has the potentials of being a tourist spot with a decent hotel industry, but due to poor roads and other factors, it has been lagging behind. He further added that it was the duty of every businessman to keep their surroundings clean and asserted ZCCI stood as a mediator and support system for the business community.
Speaking at the programme as guest speaker, Peter Lichamo, deputy commissioner (DC) Zunheboto said that it was not an easy task to run a business and that they have as much rights to demand but the demands should come with actions as well. He also urged them to contribute in bringing positive changes.
He added that there were many organisations but the business organisation was one such body that everybody depended on, for basic requirements and reminded them of their responsibilities as businessmen. He further assured best contributions from the administration to resolve if and when problems arise.
In the general session, ZCCI served two representations to the DC wherein they suggested road construction from town area or to water the road on a daily basis to avoid dust pollution and to set up police beat point in town area and BOC. In this, ZCCI promised to provide rooms for beat point if it was approved.
Earlier the programme was chaired by Y. Katovi Awomi, vice president ZCCI, invocation was pronounced by Kiyeshi, home evangelist SBCZ, welcome address by Vitokali Zhimo, women coordinator ZCCI and a special number by Boloto H. Achumi. GBs of all sectors, ZSTH, ZRSU and concerned citizens attended the programme.


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