Dimapur, May 9: The State Home Department issued the daily report on Law & Order and facilitation of essential Goods & Services in the State for May 9. The report informed that 23 violations of the lockdown were reported and 23 persons were bound down. No law and order incident has been reported in any part of the State.
According to the report, all essential commodity shops and medical shops were open in all the districts. There has been no report in the shortage of essential commodities. No restriction has been imposed on the movement of commercial vehicles for distribution of essential commodities and service providers. Suitable arrangements have been made for providing food and shelter to migrant workers affected by the COVID-19 restrictions.
Accordingly, 4 relief camps are active where 64 migrant labourers are housed and 4 food camps are active. Also, more than 500 daily wagers and needy people were provided food/dry ration. (Page News Service)