LYO issues guidelines for residents

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/15/2020 1:11:48 PM IST

Lhisemia Youth Organisation (LYO) has reminded general public residing within Lhisemia ancestral jurisdiction to follow the guidelines laid down by LYO, which has been in force since long and will be reinforced strictly under its jurisdiction.

A press release by LYO president Salhourü Chielie and general secretary Lhoudikuolie Liezietsu informed that LYO has also imposed restrictions on sale of alcohol, engaging illegal Bangladeshi immigrants (IBIs) in any form of service, hunting, fishing, collecting firewood and any other natural resources and engaging in immortal activities within its jurisdiction. LYO also iterated on the prohibition of double parking and that traffic rules should be strictly followed by all within the jurisdiction. 
Violators and offenders will invite stern disciplinary actions as they will be penalized as per existing rules under different categories, stated the LYO.


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