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JDU state unit urges government for transparent exit plan

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/2/2020 1:27:36 PM IST

Pointing out that different states of the country have already drawn up its road maps for the fifth stage of the ongoing lockdown, the Janata Dal United (JDU) state unit, has asked the concerned authorities to make the exit plan transparent so as to create confidence in the mind of the general populace of Nagaland. 

A press release by JDU state unit, information and publicity wing, has asked the state government to come out with planned road-map on easing the lockdown restrictions as “lockdown was more of temporary preventive mechanism which cannot be imposed permanently.” While easing of lockdown restrictions would bring back normalcy of lives and resumption of economic activities, the JDU state unit further stated that government must come out with a strategy to mitigate the problems already created in the economic sectors due to the ongoing pandemic. It also urged the government “to come out with special economic package to help restore and restart the devastated economy, especially, for the small-time business community, who are the worst affected.”
While appealing the Naga public to stop stigmatization of COVID-19 patients or returnees, the JDU state unit also expressed gratitude to all frontline workers for their tireless service during such trying times. 
It also appealed public to cooperate with the guidelines of the implementing agencies. 

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