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CNCCI warns of ‘shutter down’

By EMN Updated: Nov 25, 2014 12:16 am


Expressing hope that Chief Minister TR Zeliang and government of Nagaland will look into the practical difficulties and ground reality facing the business community due to the introduction of online taxation, the Confederation of Nagaland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CNCCI) warned that if its demands, given in the representation earlier, are not met within a few days, it will be forced to call for an all Nagaland indefinite shutter down. In the representation, the CNCCI also apprised the government about eminent shortage of goods during the festive season.
In a release today, the CNCCI, however, expressed its appreciation and deepest gratitude to the Chief Minister for meeting and giving a patient hearing to its grievances and its representatives from various districts on the issue of online taxation. It further thanked Parliamentary Secretary Tovihoto Aye, Advisor to CM, Lalthara, Chief Secretary Toshi Aier, Finance Commissioner Temjen Toy and Commissioner Asangba Chuba Ao and Deputy Commissioner Mhathung Murry of department of Taxes.
In a frank and open discussion, the release said, the Chief Minister shared with the business community that “Nagaland must move ahead economically and this can be achieved with government, public and business community working together”. Chief Secretary Toshi Aier said “today Nagaland is faced with many issues from unemployment to being a salaried economy and it’s time for the government to take serious view on those issues. At the same time the government and public must jointly find solutions before the situation explodes,” the CNCCI said.

By EMN Updated: Nov 25, 2014 12:16:41 am