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KVC reiterates stand to conserve environment

By EMN Updated: Dec 22, 2023 10:04 pm

DIMAPUR — Kohima Village Council (KVC) has reiterated its resolution to completely ban burning of natural forest, hunting of animals, fishing of various aquatic creatures, destruction of flora and fauna within its village traditional jurisdiction.

An update from KVC press and media secretary, Thejao Sekhose, informed that the adopted resolution was strictly implemented and was in full adherence by all the concerned fellow citizens of the village. He added that fellow men had respected the laid down resolution and heed to the rules imposed and swiftly adhered to the system.

However, it informed that many complaints were brought forward to KVC that non-residents of Kohima village are seen loitering in the prohibited areas hunting, fishing in the rivers and swamps, extracting various flora and fauna, fetching firewood etc. in the prohibited areas.

KVC, therefore, issued the ‘public notice’ to all the denizens of Kohima city to refrain from participating in such activities. It informed all the denizens of Kohima for compliance and to respect their efforts in the larger interest to protect and conserve the environment for everyone’s benefit.

It also informed that after this ‘public notice’ of concern, if anyone is found forcibly trying to violate its resolution would be strictly dealt with and penalised.

KVC further informed all the denizens of Kohima that it has banned explosion of any firecrackers within its jurisdiction. It cautioned that stern action would be taken upon any defaulters as deemed fit.

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By EMN Updated: Dec 22, 2023 10:04:14 pm
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