Chümoukedima organisations extend support to CCCTA

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 12/10/2020 12:08:27 PM IST

Chümoukedima Town Mechü Krotho (CTMK), Chümoukedima Town Student's Union (CTSU), Chümoukedima Town Youth Organisation (CTUO), Naga Tribal Union   Chümoukedima Town (NTUT) and  Chümoukedima Town Mother's Association (CTMA)  has extended support to the stand taken by Chümoukedima Chamber of commerce and Trade Association (CCCTA) against the “rampant donation and fund drive”.

A press release by CTSU president Kezhawelie Richa stated that, it would adversely affect the individual/citizen during this time of crisis pertaining to the pandemic. In this regard, the various bodies stated that for any kind of activity taken up within its jurisdiction, prior consultation through proper channel/authority should be taken first. Union also extended festive greetings and pray for unity among all the citizens of the state.


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