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Digging deep trench irked Zeliangrong bodies

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, July 02:

Digging of a deep trench to facilitate as irrigational canal in the middle of the road between Rajaimai and Kangjang village, the only PMGSY road that link to Chakha village, the last border village of Senapati District bordering with Tamei Sub-Division, Tamenglong District has irked the Zelianrong Civil society organizations for causing extreme inconveniences to the commuters.
A joint statement by the Zeliangrong Civil Organisations (ZCOs) ZeliangrongBaudi, Zeliangrong Youth Front and Zeliangrong Students Union term the digging of the deep trench as “senseless act”.
It said the road between Rajaimai and Kangjang village was black topped recently under the PMGSY programme. The deep trench was dug by some individuals supposedly to allow water to flow into the wet paddy fields is quite disturbing.
“Even the kilometre indicator post erected on the roadside was uprooted and used to make a cross path for the vehicles to pass through over the deep dug up trench”, the statement added.
The Zeliangrong bodies while urging the State Govt to look into the matter and take up immediate stern action against those individuals who did the senseless act as per law said, “Instead of resorted to such wild and senseless act which have caused great inconveniences to commuters, those individuals who dug up the deep trench should have a second thought and approached the concerned authority to arrange for better, feasible alternative ways for an irrigational canal. The senseless act of those individuals simply shows total disrespect to other citizens’ rights to live as a dignified citizens which is condemnable. Executing developmental works in the hills areas cannot be happened frequently therefore causing damage and destruction to developmental works is anti-development and anti-people.”.

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