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Organisations, villages to implement lockdown norms

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/24/2020 10:16:52 AM IST

In view of the current COVID-19 pandemic, several organisations and village councils have issued guidelines to be enforced within its respective jurisdictions.

Joint council 4-lane: Joint Council of 4-lane Foothill Cross-Road in an emergency meeting Friday has adopted seven-point resolution. In a press release, the joint council chairman, Hetozu Chishi and secretary, Z Ato Yimchunger informed that the following resolutions were adopted during the meeting – any information regarding the detection of any positive case of the pandemic within its jurisdiction should be shared among the member villages, including epidemic dieses of livelihood and domestic animals. 
The house resolved to strictly adhere to the lockdown measures as promulgated by the government and to be enforced by respective member villages; the house also resolved not to allow vehicular stoppage within its jurisdiction.
It resolved that contractors of the road under construction be moved to undertake the construction work as per the detail specification of the work order issued thereto and for which the village authority within which such work is in progress to supervise and monitor. 
The joint council also resolved to support the ongoing road construction work and to protect from any unwanted and anti-social elements that are likely to obstruct the progress of such work.
The house also resolved not to allow vehicle washing, swimming, picnic or any form of gathering along the Chathe River and the 4-lane highway. The joint council also resolved to impose fine on any person found obstructing any joint council official on duty.
IECYF: Industrial Estate Colony Youth Forum (IECYF), has informed all neighbouring colonies and villages depending on Tinali market of Industrial Estate Colony for daily essentials to “stock up”. 
In a press release, IECYF president, Bendang Pongener said the decision was taken so as to discourage people from coming out of their homes during the lockdown period called in by Dimapur District Task Force.  IECYF also informed that people from other colonies and jurisdictions would not be allowed entry within its jurisdiction. It has also asked the people to follow the guidelines. 
KVC: Kushiabill Village Council (KVC) has informed that it would be imposing fine on persons found without wearing face mask within its jurisdiction.
In a press release, KVC chairman, Sukheto Chishi, and secretary, KVC, Temjen Mozer also informed shops to keep hand wash/sanitizer outside their shop and to ensure social distancing.
The council also informed that “outsiders” would not be allowed entry within the village. However, there will be no restriction to pass the village through the main road.
 

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