‘March against Liquor Trade’ conducted in Kohima

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/10/2020 10:12:34 AM IST

In continuance with the resolution of the Peraciezie Parent Body (PPB), Peraciezie Mothers’ Union (PMU) and Peraciezie Youth Organization (PYO) to prohibit the production, store and sale of liquor within Peraciezie Colony with effect from February 1, Peraciezie Colony organized a “March against liquor trade” on February 1. 

A press release from PYO president Kevisetso Miachieo stated that, hundreds of people from all walks of life participated in the march which started from Peracieizie Junction-Sanuorü-Peraciezie Junction-Themezie-Peraciezie Junction.
March began after a short programme held at Peraciezie Junction which was led by Kevisetso Miachieo, president PYO. Dr P Rutsa, asst. pastor, CRC High School Area invoked God’s blessings. Vikepeü Yaotsu, advisor PMU shared with the gathering on why the PMU was formed and how they had been trying their best to control liquor trade in Peraciezie Colony. Visalie Kelio, head GB informed the gathering that liquor trade will now be totally prohibited in Peraciezie Colony.  Written appeals from LMK regarding prohibition on sale of alcohol within L. Khel jurisdiction and Lhise Peso Thinuo regarding the adverse effects of alcohol were also shared during the programme.
The march was supported by Lhisemia Council, Lhisemiapfü Mechü Krotho, Lhisemia Youth Organization, Rhüdezou Council, Rhüdezou Lhisepfüko Krotho, Rhüdezou Youth Organization, Zienuobadze, Perizie, Themezie, Sepfüzou, Rokabozou, Bayavü and various churches. The police and district administration provided security and traffic personnel.
Peraciezie Colony expressed gratitude to organizations, individuals, house owners, shopowners and shopkeepers for heeding to the appeal of the colony and their co-operation.

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