Dimapur, January 20: The NFHRCC has again appealed to the Chief Minister of Nagaland to issue work orders for the remaining uncut portions of the Nagaland foothill road in order to accomplish the historic project at the earliest.
In a statement, NFHRCC said the committee met the CM on December 11 last and reminded him about the issuing of work orders for the remaining uncut portions. The CM had then written a note to the Principal Secretary (R&B) to examine and to take up the case on priority as requested.
The statement appealed to the CM to immediately act upon as assured in order to erase confusions in the minds of the general public.
Meanwhile as resolved earlier to send monthly/periodic visiting team to the Doyang Bridge construction site at Liphanyan, Governor’s camp to ascertain the progress of the construction, the NFHRCC send two committee members team, S Yanger Angh and Tsapipa Sangtam officially on January 18 to the site and interact with the in-charge of the construction team. They advised them to complete construction of the bridge piers by this working season.
The members were fully satisfied with the progress of the construction, the statement said.
Meanwhile reacting to the statement issued by the Tuli Area Joint Council Forum (TAJCF),t he committee in an emergency meeting deliberated upon the matter, and appreciated the TAJCF for pressing upon the State Government to execute the work which is pending. On the same line, the committee also pressed upon the Government to fulfil the long cherish goal of the Naga public.
The committee further appealed to all tribes/associations/unions or individuals not to go directly to the media before the grievances are being brought to the notice of the committee.
Stating that as the committee was constituted by the apex tribal hohos, the NFHRCC said any unhealthy act with the committee will be same as an unethical act against the apex hohos. It also resolved to endorse the Ao tribal representatives to examine the matter with the concerned forum if so needed. (Page News Service)