Community policing dominates PAC meet

DIMAPUR, OCT 22 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/22/2019 11:33:02 AM IST

Public Action Committee (PAC) held a meeting with Dimapur Urban GBs, Dimapur Urban Colony Council Chairman Federation (DUCCF) and DCP Dimapur police in the Conference Hall, Tourist Lodge, Dimapur on October 21, 2019.

In a press release, PAC convenor Vekhosayi Nyekha and press secretary Richard Haolai said the house mainly discussed on community policing that was enshrined in the government policy. 

DCP explained that every citizen had a responsibility in curbing all forms of illegal activities. It was stated that every member of a colony or village had the responsibility to act for the welfare of the people as the police cannot reach each and every nook and corner all the time. 

In case of any form of illegal collection of money and illegal activities, one could report the matter to the village/colony authority, who in turn should report to the police and not take the law into one’s own hand. At the meeting, the members appreciated the PAC for the steps taken to check illegal collections of money by the state and non-state actors. 

The house noted that it was the duty of every citizen, colony, village and civil society group to work together and eradicate the illegal collections of money and make Dimapur district a better place to live.

CBCC lauds PAC’s anti-taxation drive

Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC) has appreciated and extended support to the Public Action Committee (PAC) of Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) for its initiative to contain the menace of rampant illegal collection of tax by various organizations in the State.

In a press release, CBCC executive secretary, Rev. Khrotso Mero, stated that CBCC executive committee at a meeting held on October 16 & 17, 2019 had resolved to support PAC in the spirit of upholding the Biblical principles of honesty and accountability in the society.

CBCC has urged the responsible authority to stop all kinds of unauthorized and illegal taxations along the national highways and also ensure that all syndicate systems and lease systems imposed by certain organizations were removed. 

Further, CBCC has appealed to the responsible government authority to ensure and reactivate proper functioning of price regulation committee in all the districts of the State so as to save the public from “undue economic burdens.” 

Meanwhile, CBCC has requested all the believers to live out their faith and put into practice the Biblical values of honesty and integrity in all areas of life. 


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