Law and order, facilitation services in the state

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/25/2020 9:33:15 AM IST

The State Emergency Operation Centre COVID-19 control room Kohima has issued report on law and order across the state as on June 24. According to DIPR report, joint secretary Hiazu Meru stated that, three (3) persons violated the orders of lockdown and curfew, while eight (8) persons were bound down. The report stated that, shops for food grains, groceries, and milk and medicine were opened in all the districts of Nagaland except Mokokchung. There was no report of any shortage of food grains, groceries, milk and medicine in the state. There was no restriction on movement of essential service providers like electricity, telecom facilities, medical facilities etc and personnel/workers in manufacturing units and commercial vehicles for distribution of essential commodities and e-commerce.
It is also reported that, suitable arrangements have been made for providing food & shelter to migrant workers affected by the COVID-19 restrictions. The report also said that, from 1 (one) active relief camps and 1 (one) active food camps, eighty two (82) daily wagers and needy persons were provided food/dry ration.

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