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Dumping site issue: NCD demands Govt to implement tripartite agreement

Sunday, 13 August 2017 12:19
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Dimapur, August 12: The civil societies of Dimapur today held an emergency public meeting under the aegis of Naga Council Dimapur in the wake of the blockade imposed on dumping of garbage by the Dimapur Municipal Council in the present dumping site.

The meeting requested the concerned Department of Municipal Affairs, Government of Nagaland that to implement the tripartite agreement which was executed between the Nagaland Government and Newswaves Bio-feeds India Pvt Ltd on September 3, 2016, emphasizing on completion of the project within a period of 2 years.

The meeting resolved that in the event of the failure to complete the project within the stipulated time, the general public would not remain a mere spectator, but would do anything within its power against either the Government of Nagaland or the Newwaves Biofeeds India Pvt Ltd for the interest of the general public and for justice.

In a letter to the Parliamentary Secretary, Municipal Affairs, the civil societies requested the concerned department to enable the Dimapur Municipal Council to dump the garbage and waste at the present dumping site till October 2018 till the project is completed.

In the event of non-cooperation or protest by the Sunrise Colony against dumping of waste at the present site, the general public of Dimapur has resolved to proceed for de-recognition of the said colony from the concerned authority, the letter signed by Naga Council President, Bangerloba and general secretary, Thsapongkyu Sangtam stated.

The Naga Council urged the Parliamentary Secretary to look into the matter and take necessary action at the earliest.  (Page News Service)

 


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