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Akida serves 7-day ultimatum

By EMN Updated: Jul 21, 2020 10:51 pm

Dimapur, July 21 (EMN): Following the imposition of indefinite closure of all LPG outlets and services, the All Kohima Indane Distributors’ Association (Akida) has served the authorities seven days’ time, w.e.f July 22, to take ‘concrete legal action’ on the miscreants involved in the assault of LPG truck drivers.

The ultimatum was contained in a representation addressed to the chief secretary, the director general police and the commissioner of Nagaland, on Tuesday.

Conversely, the association will also resume LGP services for the next seven days, starting July 22. 

‘However, if the government fails to take any concrete legal action against the five miscreants, the undersigned shall be constrained to agitate again in the form of indefinite bandh of LPG distributors’ outlets in and around Kohima,” read the statement.

By EMN Updated: Jul 21, 2020 10:51:22 pm