Useful information related to the response to Covid-19.

Extension of Lockdown till 14.6.2021


Aizawl, the 5th of June, 2021


Whereas, the Mizoram State Disaster Management Authority has issued an order for the prevention and containment of further surge of COVID-19 outbreak vide Order of even No. dated 29.05.2021;

And whereas, COVID-19 positive cases have not declined and the number of COVID-19 casualties is increasing in recent days, it is felt necessary to continue with the current restrictions imposed for curtailing people’s movement and activities with the purpose of containing further spread of COVID-19;

Therefore, the undersigned in his capacity as Chairman, State Executive Committee, and in exercise of the powers conferred under Section 22(2)(h) & 24(l) of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 hereby orders that lockdown guidelines issued vide Order of even No. dated 29.05.2021 shall continue to be strictly implemented till 4:00 AM of 14.06.2021.

Chief Secretary, Mizoram & Chairman,
State Executive Committee,
State Disaster Management Authority, Mizoram.

Executive Duty for Covid-19


Dated Chawngte the 31st May, 2021


Taking into consideration the emerging situation due to COVID and the necessity to fortify the existing VLTFs and police force, officials as shown in the Annexure are hereby directed to perform duty at the place s and time indicated each name with effect from 1st June, 2021.

  1. Willful dereliction of duty will result in penal action.
  2. All personnel on duty must ensure strict compliance with safety guidelines issued by the competent authority.
  3. Executive duty report must be submitted in a timely manner.
  4. Functionaries recruited for executive duty must discharge their duties on all days of the week.

Sub-Divisional Magistrate
Incident Commander on Covid-19

Total Lockdown within Chawngte Sub-Divison

Total Lockdown has been imposed within the Chawngte Sub-Division w.e.f. 31/05/2021 to 07/06/2021 due to COVID-19.

  1. No one should leave one’s own house/compound. Tenants of the same building should not visit each other.
  2. Those who need to buy medicines, consult doctors or buy essential commodities must take permit from the VLTFs. VLTFs should make arrangement for supply of essential commodities.
  3. Vehicles except those exempted will not be allowed to ply within the area.

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Notification: Penalties for violating Covid-19 SOP


Dated Chawngte the 29th May, 2021


In pursuit of resolution adopted in a sub-division level meeting on COVID-19 conducted on 29/05/2021, VLTFs are hereby informed to take following measures within their jurisdiction and impose such penalties as shown against each column to contain the further spread of Covid-19 with immediate effect.

Sl. No.ItemPenalty
1.Persons not wearing mask in public placesRs.100
2.Persons violating quarantine instructionsRs.3000
3.Persons spitting in public placesRs.300
4.Persons violating social distancing normsRs.200
5.Persons organizing any gathering without prior permission from Competent AuthorityRs.5000

Non-payment of penalty, as aforementioned, by the violator will attract punishment under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860.

Sub-Divisional Magistrate

Guidelines for Extension of Lockdown in AMC and other areas

No. B. 13021/101/2020-DMR/Vol-IV GOVERNMENT OF MIZORAM

Aizawl, the 29th of May, 2021


Whereas an Order for extension of lockdown in Aizawl Municipal Corporation (AMC) area and District Headquarters till 31.05.2021 had been issued by the Mizoram State Disaster Management Authority vide Order of even number dated 22.05.2021;

And whereas, the majority of cases detected in the recent days have been from AMC area, the Competent Authority has decided that the imposition of lockdown for a further period of 7 (seven) days is necessary in AMC area to prevent further escalation of cases and overburdening of health care facilities;

And whereas, it is decided to continue restriction on certain activities throughout the State to contain the spread of COVID-19, it is also decided to empower the District Disaster Management Authorities to issue specific orders based on the local needs so as to alleviate the hardship faced by the general public in places other than AMC area;

Now therefore, the undersigned in his capacity as Chairman, State Executive Committee of Mizoram State Disaster Management Authority in exercise of the powers conferred under Section 22(h) and 24(l) of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 hereby directs that the guidelines annexed hereto shall be in force with effect from 04:00 hours of 31.05.2021 till 04:00 hours of 07.06.2021.

Notification: Constitution of CEMRF


In pursuance of the decision taken by the Executive Committee in its meeting held on 24/05/2021, the Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to constitute a committee on utilization of Chief Executive Member Relief Fund (CEMRF) for Covid-19 with the following members with immediate effect and until further order.

  1. Chairman: CEM, CADC
  2. Member Secretary: Executive Secretary, CADC
  3. Members:
    1. Sr. FAO, CADC
    2. RRO, CADC
    3. LAO, CADC
    4. I&PRO, CADC
    5. President, CYCA

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CEM Relief Fund constituted

Kamalanagar, 24 May, 2021: In view of the unabated rise in cases of covid patients, a clear indication of community spread, in Chakma Autonomous District Council particularly within Kamalanagar town area the Executive Committee, Chakma Autonomous District Council today held a meeting in the office chamber of CEM, CADC to take stock of the situation and to discuss intervention thereof.

Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma, CEM, CADC chaired the meeting and was attended by his colleague Executive Members and Executive Secretary, CADC.

The meeting constituted the much-needed CEM’s Relief Fund to provide assistance in times of disaster and natural calamity. The urgent need to constitute the Fund has been felt in the wake of fund constraint being faced to run the growing number of Covid Care Centres and Quarantine Centres that are being added with increasing number of covid positive cases.

As of today there are five Covid Care Centres and one quarantine centre.

The Fund will be managed by a Committee constituted with the CEM, CADC as Chairman, the Executive Secretary, CADC as Member Secretary, LAO, Sr.FAO, I&PRO and President, CYCA CADC as Members.

Guideline regulating the fund have been formulated and it shall be notified later on. A bank account will be opened in the SBI Chawngte Branch at the earliest for the Fund. Public donation, be it from individuals, Organizations, Trusts, Companies and Institutions will be accepted and receipt will be issued for each and every contribution received and the detail of the account will be made accessible online through the official website of CADC –

It has also been decided that budgetary allocation will be made for the fund subject to availability of resources in the council.

Contribution to the fund has been inaugurated in the meeting itself with the Executive Committee deciding to set aside Rs.50,000/- out of MDC LAD Fund of each of the twenty MDC which shall amount to Rs.10 Lakhs.

The CEM, CADC Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma stated that contribution to the fund shall be sought from institutions like SBI, HUDCO, LIC, etc.

In addition, the meeting also discussed on the pattern of funding to the three ADCs of Mizoram. Fund sharing between the three ADCs is determined based on certain criteria like population, area, distance from Aizawl to the concerned District Council Headquarter, literacy rate and number of electrified villages as reflected in the 1st Mizoram Finance Commission Report.

Comparative study of allocation of fund to the three ADCs in the last seven years revealed that the criteria for sharing of fund among the three ADCs has not been maintained.

The meeting decided that the matter will be brought to the notice of the Mizoram Government and the Second Mizoram Finance Commission for necessary course correction. The meeting also observed that the two criteria – literacy and number of electrified villages seemed to be flawed and unreasonable which should instead be illiteracy and number of unelectrified villages.

It was also decided that ‘distance from district headquarters’ shall be pursued for inclusion as a new criteria which is the direct bearing on CADCs budget.

Curfew Order

In view of the continuous spike in Covid-19 positive cases in Chawngte (C) has become an alarming issue, Total Curfew has been announced in Chawngte (C) with effect from 7:00 PM of 20th May, 2021 till 6:00AM of 31st May 2021 by the Sub-Divisional Magistrate of Chawngte.