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Mon CCI says no to illegal taxation

DIMAPUR, Dec 1 (NPN) | Publish Date: 12/1/2020 12:52:18 PM IST

Mon Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) has informed the business establishments in Mon headquarters to not pay any illegal taxes/donations. In the event of such illegal donations, demands and extortion, the business community have been asked to report to Mon CCI. 

In a press statement, Mon CCI president, N. Ünok SN, and general secretary and admn. Kamnyi Konyak also cautioned against selling of liquor, opium etc. and stated that it will not be held responsible for any consequences if any of the shopkeepers found indulging in such activities. 
Reminding that state government has prohibited the sale and use of fire crackers in all parts of the state from November 10, 2020 till January 31, 2021, the Mon CCI has asked all the shop owners to adhere to the government order. 
It also asked all shops to keep their surrounding clean by way of painting and decoration before December 10, 2020 in view of the upcoming Christmas and New Year. 
Meanwhile, Mon CCI informed that there will be a mass social work on December 2 at 9 am in Mon town. In this regard, shopkeepers have been asked to down their shutter from 6 am to 9 am during the mass social work. Further, Mon CCI warned that serious action will be initiated in the event of any one found violating the above information. 

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