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40 cases of lockdown violation in Nagaland

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DIMAPUR, April 1 - As many as 40 incidents of violation of the ongoing nationwide lockdown were reported across Nagaland today.

In a report on law and order and facilitation of essential goods and services in the State, Nagaland Home Commissioner Abhijit Sinha said 49 persons have been arrested and 39 FIRs lodged under Section 188 of the IPC. Another FIR under Section 106/107 of the CrPC was also filed.

Sinha said no fine has been imposed, nor any vehicle seized in connection with the lockdown violations. He added that no law-and-order problems have been reported in the State.

The Home Commissioner said a control room is being set up to monitor the supply of essential goods and services in all the 11 districts of the State.

He added that grocery shops were open in all the districts, except Dimapur, on Wednesday. Shops have been regulated in Mokokchung and Kiphire, while in the other districts, they remain open on alternate days.

Shops selling milk and medicines were also open in all the districts except Dimapur. No shortage of foodgrains, groceries, milk and medicines has been reported in the State, Sinha stressed.

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40 cases of lockdown violation in Nagaland

DIMAPUR, April 1 - As many as 40 incidents of violation of the ongoing nationwide lockdown were reported across Nagaland today.

In a report on law and order and facilitation of essential goods and services in the State, Nagaland Home Commissioner Abhijit Sinha said 49 persons have been arrested and 39 FIRs lodged under Section 188 of the IPC. Another FIR under Section 106/107 of the CrPC was also filed.

Sinha said no fine has been imposed, nor any vehicle seized in connection with the lockdown violations. He added that no law-and-order problems have been reported in the State.

The Home Commissioner said a control room is being set up to monitor the supply of essential goods and services in all the 11 districts of the State.

He added that grocery shops were open in all the districts, except Dimapur, on Wednesday. Shops have been regulated in Mokokchung and Kiphire, while in the other districts, they remain open on alternate days.

Shops selling milk and medicines were also open in all the districts except Dimapur. No shortage of foodgrains, groceries, milk and medicines has been reported in the State, Sinha stressed.

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