PAC serves 7-day deadline to nab Oct 19 culprits

DIMAPUR, OCT 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/21/2020 11:54:22 AM IST

Public Action Committee (PAC) has demanded arrest within seven days culprits involved in forcing two Naga lady entrepreneurs to down their shutters for not complying with the dictates of syndicate and demand for tax.

PAC in a release alleged that the two ladies were running East India Transport Agency, a franchise, here before being forced to down the shutters on October 19 for non-compliance with the syndicate’s dictates and taxation demand, which is prevalent in transport agencies in Nagaland.

Asserting that it stood for protection of law-abiding citizens of Dimapur from such unlawful, arbitrary and unreasonable actions by unscrupulous elements, PAC declared that it would not tolerate any form of anti-social activities and dadagiri with no respect for rule of law of the land.

Dimapur being the commercial hub of Nagaland, the committee demanded that there should not be any obstruction, nor discrimination of genuine citizens but allow free enterprise and their right to operate businesses smoothly without any hurdle. 


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