Northeast

Nungba Pei dissolves NH 37 JAC

“The village court had decided to dissolve the JAC as it lacks coordination and proper management and few individuals with vested interest using the name of JAC may bring more crisis in the near future to the entire people of the village.”

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 10 Jan 2023, 5:13 am

(Photo: IFP)
(Photo: IFP)

Nungba Pei (Village Customary Court) had dissolved the National Highway No 37 JAC which was formed to facilitate the payment of compensation to beneficiaries of the road expansion of National Highway No 37.

Advertisement

A release issued by Nungba Pei secretary Jangsinlung stated that in a meeting held on August 26, the village customary court dissolved the JAC with immediate effect considering the completion of the necessary compensation payment to the beneficiaries and land owners.

“The village court had decided to dissolve the JAC as it lacks coordination and proper management and few individuals with vested interest using the name of JAC may bring more crisis in the near future to the entire people of the village,” it read.

The Joint Action Committee (JAC) was formed last year in order to facilitate smooth payment of the compensatory payment to the beneficiaries of the Nungba Village who were affected by the road expansion of National Highway No 37 into a double lane.

Advertisement

“But there has been a complete failure on the part of the JAC members to maintain coordination among its members thereby causing unnecessary issues to the people of the village,” it stated.

Till today the Nungba Pei and the people of the village have not formed or constituted any JAC after the dissolution of the said JAC of National Highway No 37, therefore anybody still using the name of JAC is not related to Nungba village, it added.

Advertisement

First published:

Tags:

road constructionnational highwayjacnungba pei

IFP Bureau

IFP Bureau

IMPHAL, Manipur

Advertisement

Top Stories

Loading data...
Advertisement

IFP Exclusive

Loading data...
Advertisement

Feedback

Have a complaint, a suggestion or just some feedback about our content? Please write to onlineifp@gmail.com and we’ll do our best to address it.