Kohima: Ahead of the Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu’s visit to Nagaland between October 7 and October 9, the Kohima police have drawn a date-wise traffic plan for the state capital.
Nagaland governor, chief minister, deputy chief minister and other legislators will meet with Naidu at the Raj Bhavan on his arrival to Kohima.
As per the traffic plan, no heavy vehicle will be allowed to enter or ply within Kohima town on all three days from 6 AM to 9 PM.
During Naidu’s visit, an alternate parking facility will be available at Old MLA Hostel Complex, Northern gate via Razhu Point, Senior Superintendent of Police.
As for October 7, there will be no parking of vehicles on the roadside from AR camp Gate ‘D’ block to Raj Bhavan via TCP Gate, Classic point; TCP Gate to Razhu Point; Razhu point to high school; and Classic point to Phesema village via Mhonkhola, Lerie.
The bus stand at PHQ junction would shift opposite to the NSF Martyrs Park. The Southern Angami-bound Taxi stand at network station Mhonkhola is to be vacated by noon. Further, all district-bound buses originating at network station Phoolbari are directed to depart by noon.
As for October 8, there will be no parking of vehicles on the roadside from Raj Bhavan to Phoolbari; Phoolbari to 1 AR Camp ‘D’ block via DC Kohima Office, Phoolbari to state Museum Bayavu hills via Razhu point.
On October 9, there will be no parking of vehicles on the roadside from Raj Bhavan to Phoolbari, Phoolbari to Razhu Point, and Phoolbari to 1 AR Camp ‘D’ block via DC Kohima Office.
Naidu will visit two villages: one in Kohima district and one in Phek district. He will interact with students and teachers from the state.
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