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CNTC lauds Dmu police commr, colony councils

DIMAPUR, JAN 23 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/23/2020 10:58:12 AM IST

Central Nagaland Tribes Council has appreciated Dimapur police commissioner Rothithu Tetseo for his prompt action on mineral water outlets selling spurious liquor, besides some colonies like Duncan Basti and IV/LRC colonies that had set an example by destroying those confiscated items and closing those outlets. 

The council in a statement issued its vice-president Khondao Nguliie said mushrooming of mineral water outlets in many localities of Dimapur town and highway areas had become a matter of concern for many parents and citizens as well as churches as these were selling adulterated liquor that posed a high risk to public health and lives. 

As a civil society organisation, CNTC said it was its duty to spread awareness and raise issues of concern, but ultimately everything depended upon local leaders like GBs, chairmen and colony councils together with the public. Community policing and conscientious public was the need of the hour to tackle the countless maladies faced by Nagas today, it emphasised.

The council appeals to all GBs, chairmen and colony councils and public concerned to initiate similar action in weeding out evils from their respective colonies to make Dimapur a better place.


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