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AYO bans jungle burning under Angami area
Correspondent KOHIMA, AUG 17 (NPN):
Published on 18 Aug. 2010 12:20 AM IST
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Angami Youth Organization (AYO) on Tuesday imposed ban on jungle burning, use of air gun or sale of air gun pellets and animal hunting throughout the year in all areas under Angami jurisdiction.
Power being endorsed to AYO by all four Angami ranges to execute the prohibition, the ban would come to force with effect from publication of this notification.
Stating this during a press conference at Hotel Japfü, AYO said that it would go ahead to protect the environment and “give an eye-opener to the government” which was taking no action.
The organization decided that all villages under Angami region should reserve ten hectares or more area as reserve forest to protect and preserve forests.
President of AYO, Khrielievi Chüsi further informed that banning of hunting in the region would be relaxed during January and February if need be to maintain uniformity in all areas.
This was decided after AYO toured all four ranges under Angami region and met with leaders of the area. Pointing out some action plans to be taken out in Kohima town for peaceful coexistence, the organization stated that it would sit with the DC and proprietors of LPG to ease LPG shortage issue in the state capital and also suggested for home delivery system of cylinders to all colonies.
It appealed to LPG proprietors to check that cylinders were given out as per the card. With the increase of black marketing due to shortage of LPG, the AYO appealed to youths of Kohima town to cooperate with the organization and be vigilant about such illegal marketing.
To ease the ever increasing traffic problem in Kohima town, the AYO said that it would hold traffic week in November to assist the police in easing traffic congestion and also check traffic defaulters.
Stating that law makers were the first to violate rules, the AYO appeals to VIPS to adhere to traffic rules and set good examples.
It also informed on checking offensive usage of government vehicles by kin and kith of government servants.
While maintaining that keeping the safety of the people was its responsibility, the AYO further added that it would regularly check drunkards in Kohima town that disrupt peaceful atmosphere.
It further added that it would carry out moral policing on ‘insensible dressing’ of the youth.

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