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TVJC Zbto enforces blanket ban on fishing & hunting

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/28/2019 11:15:25 AM IST

Tizu Valley Joint Council (TVJC) Zunheboto consisting of eight villages while re-affirming its commitment to conserve biodiversity for the period of three years (2018-2021) has enforced complete blanket ban of fishing and hunting in an around Yemishe, Khukishe, Sukhalu, Thokihi, Sheipu, Kawoto, Shotomi  and Baimho villages.

A press release by TVJU Zunheboto, secretary joint council, Kikhevi Yeptho and GB Hekuto warned that a penalty of Rs. 50,000 would be imposed on defaulters and that the joint council has deployed four patrolling guard within its jurisdiction. It said the initiative was taken to save guard and protect rich flora and fauna and aquatic biodiversity in the Tizu River which the council was decreasing and was on the verge of extinction of different endangered species.
 The release also informed that it has banned falling trees near the Tizu River to protect aquatic biodiversity and best use of biological resources. 
The joint council has requested the general public to extend cooperation for the successful of the Biodiversity Conservation within the eight villages’ jurisdiction. 
The release also informed that TVJU has resolved to approach the Nagaland State Biodiversity Board (NSBB) for early notification and approved Biodiversity Management Committee (BMC).

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