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Business body asks Nagaland govt to curb illegal taxation

By TimesOfIndia

DIMAPUR: The Business Association of Nagas has urged the Nagaland government to come up with strong laws and stringent measures to curb illegal collection of money from the business community by various groups.

"The long prevailing evils of illegal collection of money by various groups, organisations and governmental agencies continue to haunt the business community in Nagaland, including those involved in inter-state transportation of goods," association president L Mongkum Jamir and general secretary Dr Yan Murry said in a release.

The association reminded the government that it along with the Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation, the public action committees and other organisations, for decades, have been raising the issue and pleading the state government to protect the rights and interest of the affected persons facing constant harassment and torture while transporting goods and conducting businesses.

But nothing has been done by the government to ease the sufferings of the affected despite the hue and cry, it said.

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