21 check gates closed, complaints reduced: Nagaland chief secretary


Kohima: 21 check gates closed, complaints reduced Nagaland chief secretary After closing 21 of the 34 check gates in Nagaland to deal with the problem of illegal collection of money from vehicles, Nagaland Chief Secretary J Alam said that so far only eight complaints have been received in the control room which I had two test calls. .

Addressing the media on Wednesday, the chief secretary said the other six calls were about information on suspected illegal taxation. Complaints have been received from Kohima, Dimapur, Zunheboto, Wokha, Mokokchung and districts bordering Assam, according to data provided by Nagaland’s Director General of Police (DGP) T John Loong Kumar.
About two government employees of the Department of Geology and Mining who were issuing challan / transit pass without proper procedure by the inspection team while visiting Sines “O” point junction under Sans sub-division of Wokha district. The matter is said to be pending. Investigation.
The Chief Secretary also said that the inspection teams headed by the concerned district administrations were regularly reporting on the implementation of the government order.

According to a May 19 government order, all police check gates were closed with immediate effect except the existing interstate check gates.

The chief secretary also said that the cost of transportation for goods and services is expected to decrease, especially in rural areas, with the closure of 13 check gates.
He further appealed to the people to share any information about illegal tax activities with the police. He said that the state government was committed to provide discipline to the people and sought the cooperation of the people in enforcing the order.

In this regard, the DGP also appealed to the public to report such complaints as soon as possible so that the police can take prompt action on these complaints. The police chief also sought public confidence in tackling the menace.
Home Commissioner Abhijeet Sinha said that so far the Department of Geology and Mining has sought approval from the state government for setting up a check gate, for which the process is still under consideration.

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