MYO bans hunting, fishing and jungle burning

KOHIMA | Publish Date: 4/15/2019 11:43:04 AM IST

Mengujuma Youth Organization (MYO) has informed the general public that it has banned hunting, fishing, jungle burning and collection of forest products within its jurisdiction (Mengujuma village area). A press release issued by MYO assistant general secretary, Ropfiisilie Seyie, stated that defaulters would be penalized a sum of Rs. 5,000.

It added that the MYO has also elected a new team of office bearers for the tenure 2019-2021 led by Viralhou Sechii as president, Kekuolhoubei Mor as general secretary, Meguo Seyie as vice president, along with three others.


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