DCCI clarifies its resolution
Dimapur, June 26 (EMN): Following backlash received from some organisations regarding its recently passed resolutions, the Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) has issued a clarification stating its resolutions have been “misinterpreted.”
Stating that leaders of some organisations are misleading the public by mixing up the words “check” and “raid,” the DCCI clarified that it is not against “checking of tampered MRP or expiry goods” but against raids by individuals and organisations without the presence of competent authority and agencies.
On the issue of donations and sale of tickets and lottery, it stated that it is not just a DCCI resolution but is based on a standing District Administration order banning all such activities. It clarified that it is not opposed to any voluntary contribution by anybody out of free will but against forced donations. It went on to assure the student community that it will continue to support them.
Meanwhile, the DCCI has warned the business people not to indulge in malpractices of tampered MRP, sell of expired items, duping customers etc. It has also appealed to the GBs and colony councils to be vigilant of illegal immigrants setting up business without proper trade license.