On Monday, Rural Development Department director Azenuo Pienyu noted that the central government has issued a directive to use Aadhaar cards along with job cards to take advantage of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) priority.
As a special guest, the RD Director at the inauguration of Circular Road, D Khel, Kohima Village, pointed out that the working system of MGNREGA is developing and requires proper documentation based entirely on Aadhaar seeding.
Delighted by the strong interest shown by the different khels in Kohima village in the development project, she urged villagers to cooperate with the government and leaders to work in a transparent and accountable manner.
Highlighting the two recently opened local farmers markets, Pienyu told citizens to work hand in hand with the government for common progress and development.
In addition, she asked the village government to use funds prudently and cooperate with the government to promote development.
VDB Kohima Secretary Nuomvüzolie Sachu recognized the Ministry of Rural Development’s contribution to village development. Sachu said in his report that INR 95.7 million was spent on the construction of the 2 km ring road.
Earlier, Pelesielie Khezhie, chairman of the D Khel committee, thanked the landowners and the RD department for their contribution to the road construction.
The event was chaired by Khriesatuo Keretsü, Vice President of D Khel Council, Ketounei Kire, General Secretary D Khel Council presented a vote of thanks, Khedi Baptist Church Pastor Dr. Ruokuovilie Sachu offered prayers of dedication.
The road project was inaugurated in the presence of Dr. Neikiesalie Kire, Consultant for Urban Development and Municipal Affairs; Khriehu Liezietsu, MLA; Dr. Kekhrie Yhome, Chairman of NBOCWWB; Chairman of Kohima Village Committee, Helievio Solo and other village and Rural Development leaders.