Requests Power Dept to improve electricity supply
DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 12: The Nagaland Medicine Dealers’ Association (NMDA) has announced support to DCCI’s call for total shutdown of shops and business establishments in Dimapur on September 16, to register the traders’ frustration at Nagaland Government’s failure to control illegal and multiple taxations by various groups and Government agencies.
In a press release issued on Sunday, the Association stated that it would be compelled to take its own course of action by shutting down all its outlets indefinitely, if the Government does not take appropriate action.
The NMDA also requested the State’s Power Department to take necessary steps to improve the electricity supply in the town as most life-saving drugs and vaccines must be kept refrigeration “but due to power failure, it has become strenuous to store and maintain necessary obligations of these life-saving medicines”. (Page News Service)