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WCH appeals to citizens of Kma, Dmu and Mkg

DIMAPUR, MAY 27 (NPN) | Publish Date: 5/27/2020 1:13:17 PM IST

Against the backdrop of requests from Kohima Village Council, Agamimiepfü Metsu Krotho and Dimapur civil society groups over the issue of sending back returnees to their home districts, Western Chakhesang Hoho (WCH)  appealed to citizens of Kohima, Dimapur and Mokokchung to be magnanimous in considering the difficulties of less developed neighbouring districts. 

WCH  president Dietho Rhakho,said the Hoho understood the apprehensions and concern over increasing number of returning citizens and the risks involved when they were adjusted into overcrowded facility centres. He also said WCH was also aware that Dimapur or Kohima alone would not be able to accommodate all the returnees.  WCH however reminded that with better position, infrastructure, manpower, medical facilities and easier access to power centres and financial resources, came greater responsibilities. 

WCH said it was concerned over insufficient quarantine centres and inadequate arrangements that could endanger many lives or invite chaos but nevertheless believed that the government knew best and would take necessary measures to protect its citizens. It said the safety of both the residents and returning citizens should never be compromised.

WCH said called upon all “villages, colonies, tribal organisations, churches and NGOs to come forward in their own capacities to team up with the authorities, if we are to get through this pandemic.”


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