Kohima, Sep 17: Nagaland Governor K Sankaranarayanan has once again come down heavily on the road conditions in the state.
Mr Sankaranarayanan termed the worsening condition of the roads as 'the stumbling block to the development of the state'.
Addressing as the Chief Guest at the Onam celebration in Dimapur yesterday, Mr Sankaranarayan said the stretch of road between Kohima and Dimapur is not bad, but in fact there is no road at all.
He advised the people not to ferry any patient through this road, who may die due to bad road condition.
The Governor also said Nagaland could become a peaceful and good place for development only if the people so wanted.
He urged upon the people to strive for peace in the state, which can bring all-round development for the people.
He also advised the Keralites to be a part of the development of the state as well as the Naga society and not to hanker after personal gains.