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With around 30%of the civil works of the Khuochiezie local ground project completed and 70% pending due to delay in manufacture of components, CEO of Kohima Smart City Development Limited (KSCDL) Er K Theünuo Monday said the KSCDL has requested the state government for further 9 months’ extension July 2023-March 2024. Theünuo also informed that the extension of time period as sought by KSCDL was yet to be confirmed during the videoconferencing with Mission Director and joint secretary Smart Cities Mission, Kunal Kumar.

The project at Khuochiezie local ground and City Centre were not RCC structured but pre-engineered building and the orders for the components had been placed with some expected to arrive during April. However, there has been a delay of five months as the Ministry had released the money only in month of November 2022 while the state government was yet to release the sanctioned money only in March this year. The CEO informed that the City Centre project includes a hotel, mini sports complex and multi-level parking which are scheduled to be completed by March 2024 while the battle tank project, is expected to be completed by September- October 2023.

On the Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS), the CEO said though there been several trials it had failed to function and therefore, the equipment in areas such as TCP gate or PHQ junction have been removed.

On the Integrated Traffic Control system, Theünuo informed that it has been functioning and that the contractor will manage it for five years.

Regarding the inauguration of multi-level parkings which were already been functioning as during the G20 Business Summit 2023 held in Kohima, the CEO said Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio was planning to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the inaugural ceremony.


Quelle/Source: Nagaland Post, 18.04.2023

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