Dimapur, May 18: Five Civil Society organizations of Dimapur have declared that they would have no objection for utilization of Quarantine Centres within their respective jurisdictions, which are identified by the Empowered Group of Dimapur District.
In a declaration signed by Tsenthungo Nyamo, President, Dimapur Urban Council Chairmen Federation (DUCC), Zasi Zakiesato, General Secretary, DUCCF, Khehovi V Chophi, President, Dimapur District GBs Association, I Khekuto Wilson, President, Dimapur District Village Council Chairmen Association and M Y Ngullie, President, GBs Union Dimapur (Sadar), stated that if there is any genuine problem against such Quarantine Centres, the problem may be intimated to them for taking up the matter with the appropriate authority.
They further stated that besides genuine problems, if any village, colony or ward raises objection to setting up of Quarantine Centres within their jurisdictions, they would leave it to the Government and District Administration to take action as deemed fit and as per existing laws and provisions.
“Given the fact that the returnees are our own children, brothers, sisters and relatives, we declare our full support and cooperation to the government and district authorities in the common fight against the pandemic,” the declaration stated.
The declaration was made today during a coordination meeting held at Commissioner’s Rest House, Dimapur with government representative for Dimapur, Y Kikheto Sema, IAS, APC in presence of W Honje Konyak, NCS, F&CS and Rothihu Tetseo, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Dimapur. (Page News Service)