Kohima, 13 February (MTNews): The Nagaland Cabinet approved the Nagaland Tourism Policy 2023 in a recent meeting on 8 February in Kohima, AIR news reported. The department has also been instructed to include Medical Tourism within the policy.

The meeting also approved the recognition of eight new villages: Chingtok Village in Longleng District, Kesangwong in Shamator District, Hanyuk in Noklak District, Chen Village in Chumoukedima, Hokuto Village in Niuland, Tongtiyan and Mmyan Village in Wokha District, and Chaoha Chingha Village in Mon District.

Additionally, the meeting decided to implement a Vehicle Location Tracking System as per the AIS Standards in public service vehicles in the State of Nagaland. This initiative aims to enhance safety for women and children under the Nirbhaya Framework.

Furthermore, the cabinet also approved a provision for a nominal share of the student’s fee to be given to the State Government in the guidelines for the establishment of a Private University in the State of Nagaland through a separate Act.

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