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Dimapur Cong calls for 'blanket bandh of power bills'
Kohima | Sunday, Aug 19 2012 IST
 
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The Anti-corruption cell of Dimapur District Congress Committee (DDCC) has resolved to pursue its phase-II agitation protesting the incident of load shedding in Dimapur by enforcing 'blanket bandh' on payment of electricity bills. In a statement, DDCC president Kughato S Aye and Convener of the Anti-Corruption Cell H. Kisheto Chishi said the 'blanket bandh' has been called after non-fulfillment of its six-point charter of demands by the Power Department on August 9 during its phase-I agitation.

It said their demands were ignored and no 'prompt' clarification was made to the public about the status and development even after the expiry of stipulated time.

DDCC anti-corruption cell also appealed to public not to pay any electricity bill during the ongoing power crisis. Meanwhile, the Naga People's Front (NPF) has asked Power consumers to extend 'cooperation' to the Power Department to ensure quality service besides establishing a disciplined 'consumer-department' mutual-trust relation.

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