ABAM, DDGBA (L) laud PAC drive

DIMAPUR, SEP 24 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/24/2019 12:02:04 PM IST

Ao Baptist Church Association (ABAM) and Longer-led Dimapur District GB Association (DDGBA) have welcomed the Public Action Committee (PAC) drive against illegal collection of money at check gates.

In a statement, association’s executive secretary Rev Dr Mar Atsongchanger said ABAM was “very pleased” to see the general public working together for the welfare and toward changing of society.

Reverend Mar said PAC has efficiently carried out the “valiant and exigent drive” in interdicting illegal activities and malpractices in and around Dimapur and giving the general public a hope for peaceful survival.

Stating that success so far of PAC’s drive was conspicuous, he said taking cognisance of the impact, ABAM Social Concern Committee during a meeting on September 19 resolved to give an appreciation note to PAC, he added.

Though taxes paid by business agencies and companies had a direct impact on customers, he noted that yet the common people had no option but to silently bear the exorbitant rise in prices of commodities

He said the association appreciated PAC, NCD for this “giant step” towards bringing change in the State.

Supporting the drive, Atsongchanger said ABAM also wished PAC to continually fight against evil practices, while encouraging every district of Nagaland to start this “valiant and vigilant drive” to obliterate all illegal activities from the State and create a harmonious environment. 

The ABAM executive secretary also prayed to God to help every individual and group involved in this “magnificent job” become an example till every corner of the State was cleaned.

DDGBA (L): Meanwhile, Longer-led Dimapur District GB Association (DDGBA) has appreciated PAC movement and extended its moral support.

In a press release, DDGBA (L) president Longer Jamir and vice president Kiyasao Lotha requested every social organisation, tribal hoho and individual to voice out and extend support as the movement was for a common cause. 

DDGBA (L) cautioned the business owners that prices should be looked upon as per tax deducted. It also appealed the state government to seriously look into the issue of control and regulation of prices in the market.


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