Kohima:The Confederation of Nagaland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CNCCI) has appealed to all organisations and groups, who are forcefully seeking donation from business community through sale of tickets, lotteries and calendars, to be humanitarian by considering that business community also have families to feed and would be celebrating the festive season.
According to a release issued by the CNCCI Chairman Dr Khekugha Muru and General Secretary Dr Seyievilie Mor informed that it further noted that as the festive season sets in after a global pandemic that has deeply affected the business community for two years, many businesses are closing down and many incurring heavy losses. The Chamber will not hesitate to report those activities to the competent authority for stringent action.
It further noted that as the festive season sets in after a global pandemic that has deeply affected the business community for two years; many businesses are closing down and many incurring heavy losses. It appealed to be sympathetic with them. It is heartening to see the business community is slowly but definitely pulling forward.
The CNCCI also conveyed a Merry Christmas and fruitful New Year to all the business community across Nagaland and its citizens.
In a separate statement, the Zunheboto Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ZCCI) informed of its decision to impose a “blanket ban” on any form of unauthorised donation and extortion.
In the statement the ZCCI said that it was adopted at an emergency meeting held on December 13, which deliberated on ways to curb the ‘unwanted and unauthorised donations seeking” from the public and business community. It said that the meeting also resolved to apprise the Zunheboto Town Council (ZTC) for strict control of prices of commodities in order to ensure price escalation control during festive season.
The ZCCI statement said that all the shops shall inform the ZCCI grievances cell in care of unauthorised donation or extortion at this given phone numbers.
The meeting resolved to award the best decorated shop in the town, it added.