State

YAA bans fishing and hunting in its jurisdiction

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/22/2019 12:16:36 PM IST

Yimchungrü Akherü Arihako (YAA) has informed that inspite of YAA standing resolution adopted during the 41st general session at its headquarter, Shamator which prohibits hunting, fishing, poaching and collection of medicinal plants/herbs within its jurisdiction, it has been brought to the knowledge of YAA that some individuals were   clandestinely engaged in the aforementioned “illegal trade” in the region. 

In a press release, YAA deputy speaker, Nuheymong Bomrr and assembly secretary, Dohanba has reminded all concerned that YAA will enforce “blanket ban” in the entire Yimchungrü’s jurisdiction. YAA has further endorsed all its constituent units to reinforce the resolution through proper monitoring and empower them to penalize defaulters within their respective jurisdiction as per the resolution. 
YAA stated that in the event of non-compliance of this order or failure to implement the said resolution by any of the constituent unit, the concerned unit and village council shall be held fully responsible. YAA also sought co-operation and support from all the stakeholders including the village councils in preserving the flora and fauna in the region.

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