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NMBOA cautions New Market shoppers

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/9/2018 11:27:31 AM IST

The New Market Business Owners’ Association (NMBOA) has advised the public to exercise utmost caution and remain alert, especially about their personal belongings like purses, wallets etc., when visiting New Market Dimapur.

A press release from NMBOA president H. Kughali Chishi stated that with festivals like Durga Puja, Diwali, Christmas, New Year etc just round the corner, anti-social elements may victimize the public, especially shoppers. 

NMBOA stated that New Market, Dimapur being one of the largest thronged markets, was vulnerable to such activities. It also stated that NMBOA members would remain vigilant so that such incidents do not occur. CCTV cameras have also been installed at various locations to thwart any anti-social activities and to assist law enforcing agencies in apprehending any such culprits, stated the release.

NMBOA said it had also received several complaints from shopkeepers about customers intentionally leaving behind empty handbags and later coming to claim that certain valuable articles and cash were inside the bag. Such activity has caused undue harassment to the business community and in this regard, the NMBOA has appealed to the public to desist from such illegal tactics.

NMBOA also asked public and various government agencies for their support and cooperation.

 

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