Dimapur administration has decided to enforce total ban on selling of liquor in the district. The decision was unanimously taken during the first Dimapur district coordination meeting held on January 12 at DC's Conference Hall.
The meeting was held to review and assess over-all law and order situation in the district. Chaired by deputy commissioner Dimapur, Maongwati Aier the house deliberated on random sale and consumption of liquor (IMLF) at different hotels and joints in town by unauthorized dealers even though the state was declared 'dry state'.
It also discussed on agendas like the earliest installation of CCTV at marketing complex in Hongkong Market, New Market, Central Plaza Point and other landmark avenue to control unwanted harassment meted to customers and proprietors by various anti social elements.
S.P Dimapur Liremo Lotha, while highlighting the activities of Police force in the district to control overall law and order situation in the district, appealed the people of the district to report to police whenever they faced any life threatening situation to individual or to society by any anti social elements. He further urged the committee for cooperation and assistance to police force in maintaining law and order.
According to an official bulletin, besides district administration, the meeting was attended by Commandant, 94 CRPF, Raj Kumar, Commandant, 24 Assam Rifles, V. Saivi, Dimapur Naga Women Hoho, Naga Council Dimapur, representatives of DMC and President DNSU.