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KOHIMA, Oct 9 (NEPS): Co-ordination meeting organized jointly by Classic Club, Kohima (CCK) and Kohima Press Club (KPC) held today here at Hotel Japfu. The Co-ordination meeting was called to discuss for the beautification of State capital, Kohima.
Out of 15 organizations invited, 11 turned up for the meeting. Representatives of various organizations including former Minister S Angami shared their views, ideas and concerns for the upkeep of the Capital City. Officials from the Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) and District Administration also presented their experiences, hard practicalities and put forward suggestions as to how the City could be beautified.
Some of them admitted the pathetic condition of the Capital roads and media persons sounded that the time had come to have pressure groups to wake up the Government from their deep slumber to pay immediate attention to the pathetic road conditions of the Capital City.
Representatives of the Angami Women organization and Angami Youth Organization (AYO) also shared their thoughts for the beautification of the Capital City.
Representatives of the Project 72, which has been voluntarily cleaning Kohima City by picking up waste materials littered away by others, shared as to how they could come up with the idea of doing such works. They stressed the need to prioritize in certain important areas and go ahead with that.
Former Minister S Angami, representing 1st Class Contractors’ Union, informed the gathering that they were willing to fill up the potholes not only of the State capital roads but also all other district headquarter roads at free of course. He further disclosed that for which they would be meeting the Chief Minister soon.
Classic Club President K Neibou Sekhose, while appreciating the members of various organizations for attending the meeting, explained that the main idea of having the Co-ordination meeting was to discuss what they would contribute and do for the upkeep of the Capital City. He further asked the representatives of various organizations present to think over what they could do on their own towards making Kohima a clean and peaceful city.
President of KPC Xavier Rutsa expressed his happiness to all the members and officials of KMC and District Administration for sharing their concerns for the beautification of the capital City, Kohima.