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TYO reminds public about ban on activities

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/6/2018 11:38:49 PM IST
Tsütuonuomia Youth Organisation (TYO), Kohima village has reminded the public, especially citizens of Kohima that TYO will continue to check and penalize defaulters within its jurisdiction in regard to the ban against various activities. TYO in a press release by social & cultural secretary, RuokuosietuoWhuorie and information & publicity secretary, Kevichütuo Solo stated that in spite of the ban imposed by TYO against hunting, collection of flora and fauna, cutting of trees, firewood, fishing, dumping of earth/waste, partying, extraction of water/water pipe connection, etc., many people have been found violating the order. TYO also stated that many people have been found loitering in the fields and committing various offences. TYO stated that in order to protect and preserve the environment and ecosystem, the organization would continue to check and penalize any person found violating the order. The general public has been requested to cooperate and assist TYO in checking such activities for the betterment and welfare of all.

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