Kohima, March 10: Minister for PWD Tongpang Ozukum on March 9 inspected the ongoing city road projects in State capital, Kohima. He expressed contentment to the contractors who had completed the works on time.
He further called upon the contractors for timely and quality execution of works strictly as per the specifications. Since this is one of the first time that the State PWD is constructing roads with such specifications, he urged the executing agency not to compromise on quality work.
Expressing concern on Billy Graham road and Kohima Science College road, he told the contractors and the department officials to expedite the work to ensure that the works are completed before monsoon season sets in.
The Minister also inspected the Sonouru Bridge construction site and insisted that the river channel, mid pier, abutment should be completed before the onset of monsoon. He urged the department official to constantly monitor and supervise the works being carried out to ensure quality and timely completion.
He was accompanied by S.E. – II PWD(R&B), E.E., S.D.O.’s and J.E.’s from PWD(R&B) South Division Kohima.
It may be recalled that out of the ongoing improvement work of 26 roads in Kohima with total length of 49.9 km, six Kohima city roads have been completed.
It includes PHQ Jn. to Hotel Cimorb via CM/Speaker/AR Camp Old Ministers Hill, Mohankhola Jn. to Lower AG waiting shed, Old NST bus station to New Market joining Tinpati road, NHAK to Tinpati Jn. via Daklane and Naga Bazar, Old MLA Hostel to AR Camp via DC office and Razhu point to Ao Church via D Block (Jasokie road). (Page News Service)