Dimapur, August 20 (EMN): Kohima Police issued traffic rules to be enforced in the state capital ahead of Union Finance and Business Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s visit to Nagaland for the Corporate Social Responsibility Conclave (CSR) and investment to be held from August 22 to 24.
A police update advised that ‘on-road parking’ will be limited to the classic point at the Red Cross building, NSF Martyrs Park; Box-cutting at the TCP gate; Y-junction to the new NST; Old NST at Razhü point; and the PHQ junction to South Point Market.
“All officials, delegates and visitors attending the CSR Investment and Banking Conclave at the NBCC Convention Center must park their vehicles at the NSF Solidarity Park, Compound of the Social Welfare Branch. No vehicles will be permitted to park on the side of the road between the NSF Solidarity Park and the Nagaland Civil Service Commission office,” the order reads.
“Heavy vehicles will not be allowed to travel in the Kohima municipal area from 08:00. (8 a.m.) until all official programs are completed for the day,” he informed, adding that “loading/unloading of goods in Kohima municipal area should be completed by 7 a.m. in the morning.
An update from DIPR also informed that Sitharaman and Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will attend the conclave.
The update informed that several Indian business leaders, captains of industry and executives will participate in three programs including the CSR Conclave which will be inaugurated on August 22 at the NBCC Convention Center at 4:00 p.m.; Technical session of the CSR Conclave on August 23 at the CCNB Convention Center starting at 10 a.m.; Bankers’ Conclave to be held at the State Cultural Hall on August 23 at 10:00 a.m.; and the Investment and Startup Conclave to be held at the IT&C Center at 10:00 a.m.
“The three events have vital implications for the functioning of the departments in the changed global environment – CSR, Banking and Investment. The departments were invited to attend the three events by delegating their officers there so that they learn from the debates”, we read in the update.
Sitharaman, who will arrive in Nagaland on August 22, is also expected to visit Mon district in addition to Kohima and Dimapur during his three-day visit to the state.