AYO to observe bandh in Kohima, Dimapur on 1 February, advises publics not to be panicky

KOHIMA, Jan 31 (NEPS): The Angami Youth Organization (AYO) has once again called bandh in Kohima and Dimapur Towns along with the rest of the State on 1 February, 2017 from 8 AM to 3 PM in protest against the State Government’s decision which they termed as “treacherous, despicable and diabolical” to fool the Nagas with “divide and rule policy.”

 

In a statement issued on Tuesday, AYO President Neinguvotuo Krose and General Secretary Kekhrie Pfukha said the bandh in Kohima and Dimapur towns had been called along with the rest of the State due to the “treacherous and despicable behavior of the Government and its diabolical plan to fool Nagas with divide and rule policy.”


 

The also advised the general public residing in Kohima not to be panicky as they had given exemptions in many areas for their interest.

 

BANDH FROM 8 AM TO 3 PM ON 1 FEBRUARY, 2017

 

“RESTRICTIONS” 


1. All Government Offices will not be allowed to function. 
2. No Government Registered vehicles will be allowed to ply. 
3. Legislators including the Chief Minister and officials of any political party including the presidents/chairmen will not be allowed to appear in public or traverse during the bandh.
4. Nagaland Armed Police including Indian reserved battalion will also be not allowed to move about during the bandh.


 

“ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DEFAULTERS”

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“EXEMPTIONS” 

 

1. Businesses activity, trade and commerce, shops will not be affected.
2. Educational Institutional and Hospital will function as normal.
3. Public Movement will not be stopped, be it pedestrian or vehicular. 
4. District Administration, Raj Bhavan, Police Headquarter, SP Office, North and South Police Stations, Chiephobozou, Khuzama and Zubza Police Stations, Fire service, power department and para military are exempted.
5. BANKs.


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