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TUCT, CTYO, CSU pass five-point resolution

Published on 8 Dec. 2017 12:08 AM IST
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Tribal Union Chumukedima Town (TUCT) along with stakeholders of Chumukedima Town Youth Organization (CTYO) and Chumukedima Students Union (CSU) held an emergency consulatative meeting on December 2 at Chumukedima Chamber of Trade and Commerce Association building. 
A press release by TUCT president, Lhousito Khro and general secretary, Bendangwati Sangtam stated that meeting was held to take stock of the prevailing situation in and around Chümoukedima town where reports of anti-socials elements have been happening during the festive season. 
The house during its meeting adopted a five-point resolution to curb the situation. The house resolved that every right thinking Nagas should come out united in routing menaces caused by “illegal immigrants” as in the case of assault on Dr. Angukato.  It also resolved to empower CTYO and CSU to put a check on sale of ghutkas and banned substances in shops especially in school areas and banned drugs in pharmacies. 
The unions were also empowered to frisks and nab any suspected culprits/peddlers. 
The house resolved to request all the shopkeepers and building especially facing National Highway to decorate their shops with immediate effect and also to keep the shops open till 8 p.m. to facilitate the citizens till January 1, 2018.  
In this regard, the house has requested the students’ body and town youths to keep vigil and provide security round the clock to the shopkeepers. 
It also decided to award the best three decorated shops or buildings by way of commendation certificate along with cash prize on the last day of the Chumukedima Nite Bazar.
The house has also resolved to curb juveniles committing crime with immediate effect and call upon parents of such juveniles to discipline their children. 
It claimed that there have been reports that juvenile boys and girls loitered around to get narcotic substance and liquor from regular and habitual bootleggers and peddlers. 
In this regard, the house empowered the youth and student leaders to take appropriate action to eradicate such illegal and immoral activities. 
It also decided to discourage juveniles seen going out jogging at early dawn (1-2 a.m.) which was quite abnormal and not advisable.  Meanwhile, the house has expressed gratitude to EAC and EE Power department Chumukedima for replacing the old and damaged street lights as well as installing more street lights in important joints and corners.

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