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The Mizoram (Containment and Prevention of Covid-19) Ordinance, 2020

To contain and prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the State of Mizoram and matters connected therewith and incidental thereto.

WHEREAS the Legislative Assembly of Mizoram is not in session, and the Governor of Mizoram is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary for him to take immediate action;

NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 213 of the Constitution, the Governor of Mizoram is pleased to promulgate the following Ordinance,

Offences and penalty

The various offences and penalties thereof have been briefly highlighted for easy reference. Please consult the ordinance for a detailed explanation.

Sub sectionOffencePenalty (Fine / Imprisonment)
1Without Mask₹ 100
2Violating Social Distancing₹ 200
3Spitting in public₹ 300
4Organising events without permission₹ 5000
5Crossing borders without permission₹ 5000
6Evading Quarantine / Isolation₹ 3000
7Escaping Quarantine / Isolation facility₹ 1000-5000
8Endangering safety at quarantine / isolation facility₹ 500
9Any other violation₹ 1000
10Revealing Covid-19 patient details₹ 5000 or 3 months prison or both
Offences and penalties thereof as per the The Mizoram (Containment and Prevention of Covid-19) Ordinance, 2020

Executive Committee, CADC decides to appoint the successful candidates for BAT courses on fixed pay basis to qualify them as in-service candidates

Kamalanagar, 05 July, 2019:  The Executive Committee, Chakma Autonomous District Council in its meeting held today decided to depute the successful candidates of the examination for training in Agriculture and allied subjects notified vide notification No.A.12032/1/2009-2010/CADC(G)/Part-I dt.28/06/2019 to undergo Basic Agriculture Training (BAT) courses at ITC, Hnathial as in-service personnel.

The recourse has been necessitated due to receipt of a request letter (L/No.B.13017/4/2018-DTE(AGR-R&E)/39 dt.2/07/2019) from the Directorate of Agriculture (Research & Extension), Government of Mizoram to select in-service candidates to undergo BAT courses at ITC, Hnahthial for the Session 2019-20121.

Earlier, CADC has conducted an examination to select fresh candidates for undergoing training for Agriculture Demonstrator, Horticulture Demonstrator and Sericulture Demonstrator the result of which was published on 28th June 2019. Seven candidates were selected to avail training courses during the session 2019-2021 while 8 candidates were declared under waiting list for the session 2020-22. The Examination was conducted to select pre-service candidates in mind. However, as the matter of pre-service candidates was intimated at a very short notice by the state government it could not be pursued and on the other hand CADC could not afford to lose the opportunity due to acute shortage of technical hand at present. CADC anyhow decided to continue with the process of the examination notified to select the meritorious candidates. To qualify the successful candidates for the BAT training course under in-service category it decided to appoint them on fixed pay basis.

48th CADC Day Observed

Kamalanagar, 29 April 2019: Completion of 47 years of formation of Chakma Autonomous District Council was celebrated today at Kamalanagar with a ceremonial programme. The Indian National flag and the CADC flag were hoisted in the premises of the CADC secretariat by Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma, CEM, CADC in the presence of a gathering comprising of CADC councilors, former leaders and CADC employees.

The programme was started with offering of tribute by the CEM, CADC to the Chakma leaders who had pioneered the autonomy movement of the Chakmas in Mizoram.

Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma addressed the gathering signifying the day. He spoke how the portion of the land lived by the Chakmas of Mizoram was once a part of the independent Chakma Kingdom “Chadigang”. He remembered the Chakma leaders like Dangu Krishto Mohan Chakma, Dangu Atul Chandra Chakma, Dangu Hari Krsisto Chakma, Dangu Baneswar Chakma, Dangu Mediya Chakma and Dangu Satya Priyo Dewan who struggled to restore the autonomy once enjoyed by the Chakmas in the form of CADC.

He appreciated the political farsightedness of the then Chakma leaders who despite odds and unfavourable conditions have harbored the crave and spirit for autonomy.

Elaborating further into the past he said, “The Chakmas too became victim of British colonization just like rest of the country and subsequently, took part in the Indian freedom struggle. Unfortunately, the Chakmas of “Chadigang” could not be part of the dominion of India despite their effort.”

He finally urged the people to ask the self of how one is contributing to the development and progress of CADC and to wean our incessant expectation for benefit out of CADC. This attitude if adopted, he added, there will be sea change and nothing can stop us from transforming into a powerful community.

Rasik Mohan Chakma, CEM called on the Chief Minister, Mizoram

Kamalanagar, 12 February 2019: This morning Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, Chief Executive Member, Chakma Autonomous District Council called on the Chief Minister Pu Zoramthanga accompanied by his colleagues Dangu H. Amaresh Chakma, Chairman, CADC, Dangu Lakhi Dhan Chakma, EM, CADC, Dangu Mohan Chakma, EM, CADC, Dangu Kali Kumar Tongchangya, MDC and Dangu P.C. Chakma, former MDC. 

Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma, CEM, CADC with his colleagues called on Pu Zoramthanga.

The Chief Minister was apprised about Raja Devasish Roy coming to Mizoram on 20th February and an appointment was fixed with him on 21st February. The Chief Minister was a friend of Late Raja Tridiv Roy, father of Raja Devasish Roy during his insurgency days. He remembered having played badminton together with the late Raja. 

The Chief Minister agreed to a proposal for metalling of Kamalanagar – Borapansury road, town roads of Kamalanagar, Borapansury and Longpuighat. He suggested for metalling by cement concrete work rather than by bitumen. 

Allocation of Portfolios for Executive Members

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL DEPARTMENT
CHAKMA AUTONOMOUS DISTRICT COUNCIL
KAMALANAGAR.

NO.A.12011/I/EC/20 18-19/CADC (G)
Dated Kamalanagar, the 6th February, 2019.

NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by Rule 30 of Chakma Autonomous District Council (Constitution & Conduct of Business etc.) Rules, 2002, and as amended from time to time, the portfolios among the members of the Executive Committee of the 10th Chakma Autonomous District Council are allocated as shown below with immediate effect.

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Executive Committee of CADC formed

Swearing-in ceremony of the new Executive Members
Swearing-in ceremony of the new Executive Members

Kamalanagar, 6 February 2019: The eight members Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council headed by Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma, Chief Executive Member (CEM) was formed today with the swearing-in of the Executive Members in a programme held in the premises of the CADC Rest House, Kamalanagar.

Pu S Kaptluanga, Sub-Divisional Officer (C), Chawngte administered the oath of secrecy to the newly appointed Executive Committee Members who was authorized by the Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai Pu N. Chakhai.

The Governor of Mizoram on recommendation of the CEM appointed the seven Executive Members namely Dangu Durjya Dhan Chakma, Dangu Bubon Kumar Chakma, Dangu Lakhi Dhan Chakma, Dangu Mohan Chakma, Dangu Hiranand Tongchangya, Dangu Uday Tongchangya and Dangu Lakkhan Chakma in an order dated 5/2/2019.

The new Executive Committee of CADC
The new Executive Committee of CADC

This is the second Executive Committee of the 10th Chakma Autonomous District Council elected in May 2018. The previous Executive Committee led by Dangu Shanti Jiban Chakma, the then CEM was rendered dissolved when the CEM lost a trust vote ordered by the Governor on 18/01/2019.

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma sworn-in as CEM, CADC; promises to work for good and inclusive governance

Kamalanagar, January 21, 2019: Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma was sworn-in today as Chief Executive Member, CADC in the premises of CADC rest house, Kamalanagar amidst huge gathering of people representing different sections of the society. Councilors, officials of CADC and state government, former leaders, NGO representatives attended the programme. Dr K. Beichhua, MoS, i/c Social Welfare, etc., Mizoram came down from Aizawl to witness the swearing-in programme.

On proving majority in the floor test held on 18th January, the Governor appointed Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma the CEM, CADC. Pu N. Chakhai, Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai administered the oath of office and secrecy.

Swearing-in of Shri Rasik Mohan Chakma as CEM, CADC

Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma in his speech expressed happiness over the state government detailing a Minister to witness the programme and termed it as according due dignity to CADC.
“The first priority of my government shall be good and inclusive governance”, Dangu Chakma said. Further elaborating he said, “Towards inclusive governance, signs of development shall find place in all spheres like education, social and economic.”

Attendees at the swearing-in ceremony of Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma

“This government believes in positive change. We are not for vendetta politics. We shall be guided by the precept of Lord Buddha that expounds – ‘Hatred begets hatred; it is by compassion only one wins”.
“This government has a responsibility towards the world Chakma community and shall make effort towards this direction.”

“Demographic nature of Chawngte town comprising of Kamalanagar, Chawngte-P and Chawngte-L lived by different races like Chakma, Bawm, Pang, etc. is cosmopolitan in nature and our government shall work towards inter-community harmony, in promoting mutual respects for each other.”

He concluded his address by re-assuring, “For development and good governance, you are in a safe hand.”

Swearing-in of Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma as CEM, CADC

It is the 3rd term as CEM for Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma. Earlier, he held the office of CEM from 1999 to 2003 and from 2003 to 2008. He has been elected five times as MDC from 1-Borapansury-I Constituency since wining for the first time in 1993.

Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma is the second CEM of this 10th term of CADC who succeeded Dangu Shanti Jiban Chakma by proving majority in a trust vote held on 18th January in an emergency CADC session ordered by the Governor. Dangu Shanti Jiban Chakma remained in office for about nine months since assuming office in May 2018.

Appointment of Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma as CEM, CADC

In exercise of power conferred by sub-rule (2) & (3) of Rule 22 of the CADC (Constitution, Conduct of Business etc,) Rules, 2002 read with Para 20 BB of sixth schedule to the constitution of India, the Governor of Mizoram has appointed Dangu Rasik Mohan Chakma, an elected MDC from Borapansury-I constituency and an elected leader of MNF Legislature Party as Chief Executive Member of the 10th Chakma Autonomous District Council with effect from 18th January 2019.

The swearing in ceremony of CEM will be conducted by the Deputy Commissioner of Lawngtlai on Monday at 12:00 PM at the premises of CADC Rest House, Kamalanagar.

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Dg. Shanti Jiban Chakma, CEM loses trust vote

Opposition led by Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma proves majority in the floor test

Pu N. Chakai conducting the floor test
Pu N. Chakai conducting the floor test

Kamalanagar, January 18, 2019: In the floor test of Chakma Autonomous District Council conducted today under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai at the behest of the Governor,Dg. Shanti Jiban Chakma incumbent Chief Executive Member, CADC lost the trust vote to Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, leader of the opposition. 

Dg. Shanti Jiban Chakma secured 1(vote) in his favour while 11(eleven) MDCs raised hands in favour of Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma. 

The Governor, yesterday, issued a notification calling for conduct of floor test of CADC to end the poltical impasse over claim of majority. The sub-rule (6) of rule 33 of CADC (Constitution, Conduct of Business, etc.) Rules 2002 empowers the Governor to summon the Chakma District Council at anytime he deems necessary in the interest of the public. 

Floor test being conducted at CADC
Floor test being conducted at CADC

Earlier, in the recently concluded CADC Winter Session held from 14th to 15th January the opposition MNF removed the CEM and Chairman through no-confidence motion and subsequently, claimed majority to form the new Executive Committee of CADC. On the other hand, the parties in the treasury bench cried foul play and demanded Governor’s intervention. 

In order to ascertain the claim of majority by two groups, the Governor ordered for the floor test to be conducted by the Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai for free and fair transaction of business. 

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, MDC stakes claim to form the Executive Committee in CADC

Rasik Mohan Chakma

Kamalanagar, January 16, 2019: In a quick development following the removal of Chief Executive Member, CADC Dg. Shanti Jiban Chakma in a no-confidence motion moved in the second sitting of the Winter Session held yesterday the MNF Legislature Party claimed majority to form the new Executive Committee of CADC. 

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, the leader of the MNF Legislature Party of CADC in a letter addressed to the Secretary, District Council and Minority Affairs Department dated 15/1/2019 claimed majority to form the Executive Committee, CADC. 

The letter stated the inaction of the authority to their ealier intimation dated 7/1/2019 regarding claim of majority which compelled them to remove the CEM, CADC, thereby the Executive Committee in a no-confidence motion of CADC Session held on 15/1/2019.

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma in the letter requested to appoint him the new Chief Executive Member as per appropriate section of rules.

The MNF party has won 8 seats out of 20 in the last CADC General Election held in April 2018 while the Congress and the BJP won 7 and 5 seats respectively. Under the given circumstances with no party gaining clear majority the Congress and the BJP joined hands to form the Executive Committee. In the meantime due to death of a sitting MDC of the MNF the tally for the MNF was reduced to 7. The MNF gained majority when 4 MDCs of the Congress split and joined the MNF party enhancing their tally to 11, just enough for simple majority.