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MYO bans entry to Heritage village at night

KOHIMA | Publish Date: 4/9/2019 12:36:49 PM IST

In compliance with its standing resolution, the Merama Youth Organization (MYO), Phesama village has restricted entry in the vicinity of Kisama (Heritage village) after 6 pm. 

In this regard, MYO president Vipu Zashümo and general secretary Thejangulie Lhoushe in a press statement said that the organization will be carrying our inspection in the vicinity of the village after 6 pm.  

The organization said that the step was initiated “to ensure peaceful environment in and around the vicinity to avoid occurrence of unpleasant incidents.” MYO also reiterated that restriction has been imposed as “many anti-social elements and unethical activities taking place in and around the vicinity of Kisama and frequently at night”. 

Further, MYO said that only healthy recreational activities will be allowed in the day or before 6 pm. 

Meanwhile, in compliance with the resolution of Angami Youth Organization (AYO) to preserve and protect natural bio-diversity and its flora and fauna, the MYO has banned hunting and burning of jungles under its jurisdiction and cautioned the public that penalty would be levied against the violators.


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