Eastern Nagaland left with an unpredictable future, says ENPO

DIMAPUR, MAY 25 (MExN): The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) today stated that Eastern Nagaland being topographically located in the remotest part of the state, crippled with inadequate health infrastructures and poor road communication, is left with an unpredictable future.  In view of the rising COVID-19 cases in the country, a press release from the ENPO appealed to the State Government that Eastern Nagaland people who have returned from outside the state must be sent to their respective districts only after 2 compulsive swab tests are done.  It further urged all returnees to fully co-operate with health workers, government, police personnel and village councils.  It also asked the 6 tribal bodies to continue to extend its helping hand. While appreciating the district administrations and other frontline workers of Tuensang, Mon, Longleng and Kiphire, the ENPO urged them to be careful while tackling the pandemic.