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(1 and 2) Whom to address the problem…Department Road & bridges (NH) or Department of Irrigation & Flood Control for improvement of road between Botsa & Tseminyu NH-61 (2)?  This National highway has being abandoned for more than 5 years since then no filling up of potholes and repairing were made in any part of the road leaving a sight the life of the passengers in to danger, Government’s negligence on the road condition has left the area an accident prone area, and the government continue to proclaim that they are given priority on improvement of roads. The road from Botsa and Tseminyu is not better than a river. (Photo Courtesy/Kenneth Kath)

(3) An excavator clears road blocked by landslides below Yankeli Village. The Department of Land Resources Development, Wokha headed by District Project Officer and field staff during their way to Ralan Area for PRA exercise passed through Wokha-Bokajan Road which was blocked by number of landslides in between Yankeli and Worokvu since 2008. A press note issued by DPO, Wokha said that the team went ahead through this route on February 10 on learning that the route is likely to be cleared that day itself. The team reached the last landslide below Yankeli Village that was in the process of clearing by an excavator at around 11:00 AM and by 12:55 PM the team could pass through without much hurdle. The Department has acknowledged the concern authorities for clearing the route and making it pliable in a very short time and is hopeful that with the clearance of this road, the number of projects that are earmarked to be taken up under Ralan Block can be implemented fruitfully.

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