CTYO wants ILP extended to Chümoukedima District
DIMAPUR, MAY 5: The Chümoukedima Town Youth Organisation (CTYO) has appealed to Nagaland Government for extension of Inner Line to cover the entire district of “as with the bifurcation of Dimapur district, the Inner Line Permit (ILP) system has not been covered”.
In a press release, it stated that even after issuing a notification in 2019 for extension of Inner Line to the then entire district of Dimapur, the Government was yet to implement it.
“Therefore the Government is urged to expedite the process of implementing the ILP system”, it stated.
The CTYO also appealed to the general public not to form any new unions/organisations which can create burden on the public in Chumoukedima town and to follow guidelines if they need to form “a genuine one after thorough consultation with all stakeholders”.
“It has been observed that multiple elements have started to emerge again to collect ‘tax’, causing hardships to business community and general public of Chumoukedima Town. CTYO will not tolerate antisocial elements and strict action will be taken against those indulging in unlawful demands. The office would like to reiterate that it will remain steadfast on the declaration of ‘one government, one taxation'”, it added.
Also, the CTYO reiterated that it will “not tolerate” any activities which disrupt the peace of Chümoukedima town, viz. drinking in public places, substance abuse, rowdy, intoxicated behaviour, loud music during the wee hours, etc, “and anyone who does so will be dealt with strictly”.
“Business establishments are urged to check its inventory for expired goods and refrain from selling such items or any items beyond the MRP. Strict action will be taken against defaulters”, it added.
(Page News Service)