Nagaland News File

Heavy load vehicles restricted at
Miguiki and Herajambak Bridge

Peren, September 26 (MExN): The Nsong Village Council (NVC) has prohibited plying of heavy load vehicle at Miguiki Bridge and Herajambak Bridge. NVC Chairman Namkie in a press release stated that the Council held its council meeting and inspected the bridges on September 8. It was observed that the two bridges connecting Nsong areas to Assam and Manipur are on the verge of collapse. The Council found that Miguiki Bridge had lost 74 notches and the iron pillar had rusted. Meanwhile, the Herajambak Bridge layer has all rusted, it added. It is not fit for the heavy vehicle to ply as it is in a “dangerous” condition. The Council, while cautioning of any untoward incidents, it will not be held responsible and asked all concerned to take adherence for safety until further notice.

 

NFHRCC inspects
Doyang Bridge at Liphayan

Dimapur, September 26 (MExN): The Nagaland Foot Hills Road Coordination Committee (NFHRCC) along with Dimapur based tribal hohos and the contractor, Lotha Lower Range Public Organization (LLRPO), Ralan Area Lotha Hoho (RAM), and leaders from the neighbouring villages inspected the NFHRCC Doyang Bridge at Liphayan. The contractor, during the meeting held at the Governors Camp, Rest House informed that the work has been halted due to early monsoon rain this year. He assured that the work will start by October 2017 “on any given circumstances” and complete the bridge construction work. NFHRCC, Convener, Supu Jamir on behalf of the Committee appealed to the contractor to work with dedication. The house, comprising of around 100 people resolved to support and reassured the NFHRCC on the ongoing project. This was stated in a press release issued by Victor K Lotha, secretary press & information, NFHRCC.

 

YouthNet introduces Dial Nagaland

Kohima, September 26 (DIPR): YouthNet has initiated an innovative way of extending its services with an idea to support our own local entrepreneurs which includes food deliveries, car rentals, hotel booking, flower deliveries, grocery etc. in order to make life easier and convenient with its first pilot project based in Kohima. Therefore, anybody in need of help on such services may make use of dialnagaland.com or dial number 7085050006.

 

‘Transformation Seminar’ at Wokha

Wokha, September 26 (MExN): A ‘Transformation Seminar’ with regard to substance abuse will be held at at Likya Yankho community hall, Wokha from September 28 to 30 with the theme “and you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free” John 8:32. The resource persons are Evangelist Kevilelie Medo Solo, Soyen Ezung and Hokato Zhimomi from Dimapur. The organisers informed in a press release that it is organized with the support of some doctors and friends at Wokha and leaders from Dimapur.

 

NSCN (R) warns expelled cadre

Dimapur, September 26 (MExN): The NSCN/GPRN (Reformation) today alleged that Nepo Angami even after being expelled from the group continues his illegal tax collection in the name of NSCN (R) under the patronage of a jawan from 41 Assam Rifles identified as Keneilhoulie. “The expelled man Nepo used mask while in his anti-Naga mission in Kukidolung regularly,” claimed a press release from MIP, NSCN (R). The NSCN (R) has questioned the 41 Assam Rifles authority in particular and IGAR in general as to “how Assam Rifles used such an expelled man against the Nagas at a time when both GoI and Naga people are landing in final stage for resolution of world longest political conflicts.” Meanwhile, it appealed to all Naga revolutionary groups to be cautious of Nepo. Reiterating its decision, the NSCN (R) advised all its Army wings to take “direct action” on the “anti- Naga individual” and vowed that it will not forgive him even if solution comes.

 

Suruhuto area pledges for Clean Election

Dimapur, September 26 (MExN): The committee for fair election under Suruhuto area comprising of Suruhuto Area Kukami Hoho (SAKH); Suruhuto Student Union (SRSU); Church -Leader fellowship (CLF); (SBAK) Aizuto Nito Mount, 29 Village Council Chairmen and Suruhuto Asuto Village development Board Association (SAVDBA) held a meeting on September 15 at RD Block VDB Conference hall, Suruhuto Town. The house, during the meeting, resolved that all intending candidates in 33 Suruhuto, Asuto will be given a common platform to express themselves before the public meeting in coming Election in 2018. It resolved to “strictly ban” any election camp whether of individual or political party. The committee also resolved to discontinue “coup system” in the particular village, violation of which the village will take necessary action. Using alcohol and drugs will be strictly prohibited, it added.

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