NTUCT Appeals for Equity Compensation
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NTUCT Appeals for Equity Compensation

The Nagaland Tribes Union Central Council (NTUCT) is making a fervent appeal to the state government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for equitable compensation in the wake of the ongoing four-lane project. The union, representing diverse tribes, stresses the need for a fair and just resolution as the infrastructure development progresses.

The NTUCT, cognizant of the transformative impact of the four-lane project, acknowledges the importance of such initiatives for regional growth and connectivity. However, the union is equally committed to safeguarding the rights and interests of the local communities affected by the project. In this pursuit, they emphasize the significance of equity compensation to mitigate the socio-economic impact on the residents.

This appeal comes against the backdrop of the ongoing development work that has led to the displacement of several communities. The NTUCT underlines the necessity of compensating affected individuals and communities adequately. They argue that a just compensation package is essential for ensuring that those displaced can rebuild their lives and livelihoods seamlessly.

The NTUCT's plea is grounded in the principle of fairness, seeking to strike a balance between progress and the welfare of the people. The union urges the state government and NHAI to consider the socio-economic landscape of the affected regions and tailor compensation packages accordingly.

As the four-lane project unfolds, the NTUCT remains steadfast in its commitment to advocating for the rights of the local population. The union aims to foster a constructive dialogue with the authorities to achieve a resolution that aligns with the principles of justice and equality.

The Nagaland Tribes Union Central Council (NTUCT) is making a fervent appeal to the state government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for equitable compensation in the wake of the ongoing four-lane project. The union, representing diverse tribes, stresses the need for a fair and just resolution as the infrastructure development progresses. The NTUCT, cognizant of the transformative impact of the four-lane project, acknowledges the importance of such initiatives for regional growth and connectivity. However, the union is equally committed to safeguarding the rights and interests of the local communities affected by the project. In this pursuit, they emphasize the significance of equity compensation to mitigate the socio-economic impact on the residents. This appeal comes against the backdrop of the ongoing development work that has led to the displacement of several communities. The NTUCT underlines the necessity of compensating affected individuals and communities adequately. They argue that a just compensation package is essential for ensuring that those displaced can rebuild their lives and livelihoods seamlessly. The NTUCT's plea is grounded in the principle of fairness, seeking to strike a balance between progress and the welfare of the people. The union urges the state government and NHAI to consider the socio-economic landscape of the affected regions and tailor compensation packages accordingly. As the four-lane project unfolds, the NTUCT remains steadfast in its commitment to advocating for the rights of the local population. The union aims to foster a constructive dialogue with the authorities to achieve a resolution that aligns with the principles of justice and equality.

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