AYO calls off proposed lockdown of Kohima

DIMAPUR, APR 15 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/15/2020 11:43:15 AM IST

Following the intervention and request made by Angami Public Organisation (APO), the Angami Youth Organisation (AYO) has resolved to call off the total lockdown in Kohima. AYO president Kekhrie Pfukha and vice president Neidilhoutuo Sechu said the decision was arrived with the hope that the government will render its best effort in the fight against Covid-19 here in the state capital. 

With the second-phase of the nation-wide lockdown being extended from till May 3, AYO was hopeful that the state government will positively respond to the need of the hour by taking all preventive and safety measures. 
AYO also assured to extend it support to the government as and when required. 
To clear any misunderstanding, AYO stated that the intention to impose the total lockdown was for the larger interest of the people, and solely to strengthen the directives laid down by the government. 
Reiterating that the safety of the people was their priority, AYO said they were prepared to go to any extent in rendering services for the well-being of “our people and our land.” 
“We have the sincere desire to celebrate with the government and the people of Nagaland, the victory over Covid-19. We sincerely appeal to all sections of the society to join hands in the fight against this deadly virus,” AYO stated and appealed all to stay home and stay safe.


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