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Curfew re-imposed in Tuensang town

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DIMAPUR, Feb 9 � With no sign of improvement in law and order situation in Tuensang town, Tuensang DC and District Magistrate Alem Jongshi has re-imposed curfew with certain modifications in and around the town with immediate effect.

The DC, in an order, said all students in uniform appearing HSLC/HSSLC and degree exams have been exempted from the purview of the curfew while directing them to carry their admit cards to appear in the exams. Essential vehicles such as medical, power, PHE department and milkmen have also been exempted from the purview of the order.

Ingress and egress of public transport would be permitted from 6 am to 7 am and 3 pm to 4 pm, goods-laden vehicles carrying essential commodities would be permitted entry from 5 am to 7 am.

Government servants on bonafide duty have been exempted from the purview of the curfew but they have to produce official government identity cards when checked.

Movement of public, individuals for urgent/emergency purpose, including funeral procession, would be permitted after acquiring special permit from the ADC, Tuensang HQ. The district magistrate has further cautioned that anyone failing to abide by the order would attract penal action as per the law.

Nagaland Home Minister Y Patton has appealed to the villages engaged in the conflict to resolve their differences.

Patton urged citizens of Tuensang district not to make the present crisis �as a clash between communities/tribes� and at the same time appealed to the civil societies to intervene so as to restore normalcy.

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Curfew re-imposed in Tuensang town

DIMAPUR, Feb 9 � With no sign of improvement in law and order situation in Tuensang town, Tuensang DC and District Magistrate Alem Jongshi has re-imposed curfew with certain modifications in and around the town with immediate effect.

The DC, in an order, said all students in uniform appearing HSLC/HSSLC and degree exams have been exempted from the purview of the curfew while directing them to carry their admit cards to appear in the exams. Essential vehicles such as medical, power, PHE department and milkmen have also been exempted from the purview of the order.

Ingress and egress of public transport would be permitted from 6 am to 7 am and 3 pm to 4 pm, goods-laden vehicles carrying essential commodities would be permitted entry from 5 am to 7 am.

Government servants on bonafide duty have been exempted from the purview of the curfew but they have to produce official government identity cards when checked.

Movement of public, individuals for urgent/emergency purpose, including funeral procession, would be permitted after acquiring special permit from the ADC, Tuensang HQ. The district magistrate has further cautioned that anyone failing to abide by the order would attract penal action as per the law.

Nagaland Home Minister Y Patton has appealed to the villages engaged in the conflict to resolve their differences.

Patton urged citizens of Tuensang district not to make the present crisis �as a clash between communities/tribes� and at the same time appealed to the civil societies to intervene so as to restore normalcy.