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NBCC convention hall is a landmark achievement, says CM Neiphiu Rio



Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, ministers, parliamentary secretaries, government officials with the contractor at the construction site of NBCC convention hall at the New Secretariat Complex on February 17. (DIPR Photo)
 
Kohima, February 17 (DIPR): Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio visited the construction site of NBCC convention hall at the New Secretariat Complex on February 17.
During his visit, the Chief Minister said that the convention hall is a landmark achievement and one of the biggest in the entire North East. He congratulated the contractor Vilalie for doing a commendable job and also encouraged further to finish it as the celebration of platinum Jubilee celebration would be held in April 2012. He requested the Minister for Urban Development and Road & Bridges in particular for more assistance and participation and at the same time also assured the complete support of the Government. He asked the people to seek God’s blessing and be inspired, which is a vision for the people of Nagaland and termed as a landmark achievement. He added that such development is a clear sign of peace and unity and urged the people to unite for more development in future. The Chief Minister also visited the Solidarity Park construction site and also inspected it’s surrounding.  Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries, senior government officials, church leaders and host of public leaders accompanied the chief guest.
Additional Chief Secretary and development Commissioner Alemtemshi said that the project started without any fund but is now witnessing the development and assistance, which he felt as God’s work and miracle. He mentioned that availability of water in the very particular place comparing to the other place under the same locality, as God’s blessing. He thanked the contractor Vilalie and also called upon K.C Angami in particular for more participation.
Secretary NBCC, Rev. Dr. Anjo who chaired the function said that no payment has been made against the Civil Works done till date, costing about Rs.3.00 Crores. In spite of the fund constraints, the works has not been slowed down since its commencement from the last part of August last year and the venue is expected to be ready for use by 3rd week of April, 2012 provided every individual, committee and Government Departments extends full co-operation.

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