Nagaland People's Action Committee rally today: Several DCCIs back CNCCI's 2-hour 'shutter down' call – Nagaland Post

Heeding the call of Confederation of Nagaland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CNCCI) to down the shutters of business establishment for two hours during the Nagaland People’s Action Committee public rally to be held on August 5 at Dimapur, several district chambers of commerce have expressed solidarity and decided to shut businesses/shops from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
CNCCI through its media affairs said the appeal is being made so as “to express our solidarity for early Naga political solution.”
It, however, stated that the district chambers falling under ENPO area have been exempted in view of the public rally in all the six district headquarters on August 9, 2022. CNCCI said the district chambers falling under ENPO area were free join in the solidarity if the local arrangements permit.
Extending support to NPAC public rally on “issue based”, CNCCI said any public movement towards achieving early Naga political solution was “in the interest of our economy, business community and for upcoming generation of entrepreneurs”, who have so far borne the burden of prolonged inconclusive “Indo-Naga” political negotiation.
KCCI: Responding to the CNCCI request, the Kohima Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) said it has consented to “shutter down” on August 5, 2022 during the NPAC rally hours (10 am to 12 noon).
In a press release, KCCI president Medozhatuo Rutsa and secretary information and publicity Kaihrii Henry Chisiitemei have, therefore, requested all the trading communities to sacrifice two hours of one’s business for early Naga political solution, which they said “will herald in peace, economic progress and will more importantly fathom out the predicament of taxation.”
PDCCI: Phek District Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PDCCI) has appealed to all the business establishments under Phek district to shutter-down all business activities from 10 a.m. to
12 noon on August 5, 2022 in view of the proposed public rally called by NPAC.
In a press release, PDCCI president Chetezo Akami and action committee convenor Vetsuta Rhakho said that PDCCI stands in solidarity with NPAC and requested all the business individual(s) to co-operate and extend support. PDCCI said the proposed rally was being organised to pressurise the concerned parties for early settlement of the “Indo-Naga” political negotiation.
MCCI: Mokokchung Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) has informed the general public and all concerned that all the business establishments and shops in Mokokchung district would remain closed for two hours on August 5, 2022 (10 a.m. to 12 noon).
MCCI said the decision was taken to extend solidarity to the NPAC public rally in Dimapur demanding early solution to the Naga political problem.
SDCCI: Shamator District Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SDCCI) has decided to keep shutters down on August 5, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in solidarity with the NPAC public rally.
In a press release, SDCCI president K Thsantong and general secretary R Bensokiu have, therefore, appealed to all the business establishments under Shamator district to comply with the information.
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