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Kohima Police to remove unauthorized siren, beacon lights, designation plates
Published on 11 Feb. 2009 1:57 AM IST
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Superintendent of Police, Kohima has informed all vehicle users that after February 18, police would remove and confiscate use of unauthorized siren, beacon light and designation plate in compliance to government notification. According to a press statement issued by police department, use of siren was subjected only to state governor, state chief minister, VVIPs and union ministers during their visit to the state, governor and chief ministers of other states when they visit the state and Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) speaker. Use of beacon light and flag post – Part ‘A’ – include state governor, state chief minister, NLA speaker, state ministers / NLA deputy speaker, state MLAs, judges of High Court, MPs. Part ‘B’ include state chief secretary, additional chief secretary, state commissioner, director general of police, principal secretaries/ commissioners and secretaries/ secretaries to state government, chairman and members of NPSC/ vigilance commissioner/advocate general of Nagaland/accountant general of Nagaland/ vice-chancellor, NU, army/para-military and police officers who are entitled to use regimental flag/DC and SP of the district. Further, it has informed to cover beacon light with black hood when the authorized dignitaries were not in the vehicle. Unauthorized use of above items in the vehicles plying in Kohima district should be removed on or before February 18.

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