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AYO on preservation and protection of natural bio-diversity

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/1/2020 10:10:34 AM IST

Angami Youth Organisation (AYO) has sought the cooperation from everyone towards preservation and protection of natural bio-diversity and its flora and fauna.  

A press release from AYO president Kekhrie Pfukha and secretary environment, Neiba Bio stated that, the AYO is again reproducing the resolutions passed on June 16 at the AYO presidential meeting which comprised of all range and villages at Kisama. AYO informed that, certain conditions have also been added which will be implemented immediately. 

In the resolutions reproduced, the AYO has strictly prohibited jungle burning and deforestation; Usage of air gun shall be banned and sale of pellets are totally discouraged; Stone crushers, quarries, car wash and vehicle repair workshop are advised to maintain maximum distance from the main highway and roads; Relaxation of hunting period is strictly a prerogative of the concern village and youth organizations in the event of any life threatening and livelihood matters. However, AYO cautioned that this season was the most crucial period for wild animals and plants and that defaulters shall be sternly penalised and effected by the concerned unit or range youth organisations. AYO’s resolution shall be implemented in every Angami area/jurisdiction.

 

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