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AYO social work and checking drive

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/11/2018 12:54:20 PM IST

A team of First Community Responder (FCR) under Angami Youth Organization (AYO) carried out various activities that included massive clearance of clogged drains, assisting fire victims and checking drives to, among other things, check the possible influx of illegal immigrants, within AYO jurisdiction on August 11.

A press release from AYO stated that the FCR AYO volunteers and the T Khel Union, Kohima village conducted a massive social work stretching between Classic Island, Kohima town and National Highway-29. 
The elders of T Khel Union guided the volunteers in identifying the traditional river routes which were clogged due to random construction. The volunteers cleared up the blocked drainages and also cleared the routes.
A team of FCR AYO also responded to assist in clearing the debris of a fire ravaged house at T Khel, Kohima Village in the afternoon.
Meanwhile, Chakhro based AYO FCR team also conducted intensive checking of documents of non-Nagas being ferried by taxis through Chumukedima check gate, throughout the day.
The press release stated that the checking was necessitated to curb the possible influx of illegal immigrants as a result of the NRC being published in Assam and also unscrupulous taxi drivers taking undue advantage by hiking passenger fare due to the prevalent precarious situation triggered by landslides between Dimapur and Kohima.
The checking included identity confirmation of various documents of non locals, ferrying excess taxi passengers, hiked taxi rates/fares, driving license, taxi permit etc.
The release stated that volunteers detected various anomalies including those trying to pass through the gate without proper documents. It was also observed that several taxi drivers were did not have driving licenses and taxi permits.
The FCR AYO handed over the defaulters to the police for necessary action.

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