The first phase of the unlocking was from July 1-7, followed by the second round from July 8-17 and the third period from July 18.
Peitioner's advocate Neiteo Koza submitted that lactating mothers and children were deprived of their required nutrition due to the closure of the angawadis.
The two widows were allegedly “evicted” as the Nagaland government had to surrender two flats from its quota of property in Delhi in lieu of Ravi being allowed to retain the bungalow.
Dimapur Deputy Commissioner Rajesh Soundararajan had shot off a letter to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation on June 1, asking it to stop operations at the three wells.
The Centre issued a notification on December 30 last year extending the law in Nagaland till July-end.