TTMA to check ‘illegal traffickers’

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/30/2018 9:54:35 AM IST

Tseminyu Town Mothers Association (TTMA) has appealed to the administration to remain vigilant and take prompt action against all laws breakers.

A press release from TTMA president Piholi Tep and secretary, Rosaline Seb stated that on August 26, the 28th Assam Rifles Tseminyu apprehended IMFL smugglers and seized a huge cache of rum, whisky and canned beer, whose cost totalled to about Rs. 13 lakhs.

Prem Dahal and Appy Mech,  residents of Erali bill and Kushia bill, Dimapur were apprehended in a Tata Mobile No Nl. O7 A 7527 and handed over to Police station Tseminyu. 

While applauding 28th Assam Rifles, TTMA also stated that it would check all illegal traffickers and support all responsible agencies and administration for a peaceful and congenial atmosphere within its area.

NSCN (I-M) Rengma region warns
NSCN (I-M) Rengma region has warned drug peddlers and alcohol sellers within its jurisdiction of serious action against them “without any room for mercy.”
A press note from Rengma Region, central administrative officer, caretaker, issued this warning stating that it had come to its knowledge that these illegal activities (drug abuse and selling alcohol) were being randomly practiced in the Rengma region, especially Tseminyu Town in spite of these items being banned.


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