Angami Youth Organization (AYO) and Kohima Town Colonies Youth Organization have declared “zero tolerance” for violence and people or groups vitiating peaceful atmosphere of the Kohima town through the acts of terror or otherwise.
At a joint meeting held on November 13, 2015, the house also appealed to all the citizens to abide to the law and order norms of the state.
In a press release, AYO president Medo Yhokha and secretary Rokoketou Sechü said the house further urged all Naga Political Groups (NPGs) to ensure discipline within their rank and files.
The house reiterated the standing resolution of AYO in extending non-cooperation to any groups or organization disturbing the peaceful atmosphere of the town.
The meeting, attended by representatives from 19 colonies of Kohima town, also resolved to support and fully participate in the sanitation programme initiated and organized by the Angami Students Union (ASU) and Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) on November 14, 2015.
The house agreed to extend full cooperation and support to ongoing improvement works carried out in and around Kohima town particularly on roads by the government.
Further, the house demanded that implementing agencies deliver quality services to the public. On the smart city project, the colonies welcomed the project and said they were committed to fully support the project.
The youth organization has directed the colonies to immediately vacate all off road vehicles, control the dumping of building materials/goods and other materials dumped on the road side, and to immediately mend the pipe lines damaging the public roads. The house cautioned all OFC cable parties to immediately rectify their works.
Meanwhile, on the menace of letting out septic tanks, the Angami Youth Organization said they have decided to impose a ban on the same and violators would face necessary disciplinary actions from respective colonies.
AYO further said that it would also initiate actions against the defaulting colonies.