Kohima: As the whole country goes into lockdown, Nagaland chief secretary Temjen Toy has once again appealed the citizens of the state to follow governmental orders and stay at home. An update from the DIPR said that Toy reiterated his statement that the lockdown is enforced due to the deadly COVID-19 pandemic and that it “is not a holiday for leisure”.
Appealing all to confine to their homes at this crucial time, Toy said that such lockdowns are “definitely not for family outings and picnics”. He further said that violators will be punished as per the order issued earlier.
Meanwhile, a notification from home commissioner Abhijit Sinha on Wednesday said that state-level control room has been set up at the State Emergency Operation Centre (SEOC) in Kohima, to address any grievances or undue problems faced by the providers of essential goods/services including inter-state movement during the COVID-19 lockdown with helpline number 0370-2291120 and toll free no 1070.
Additional Director General of Police (Law & order) Renchamo P Kikon has been assigned as nodal officer with the contact number 9436009007. Any other issue/matter pertaining to the containment measures during the lockdown can be enquired through the helpline numbers.
For health-related matters, the control room of the state’s health and family department with the helpline numbers 7099435243/9856071745/7005539653 or email at email@example.com are to be contacted.
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