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7th Mile Model Village clarifies Nov 24 incident

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/26/2020 11:58:06 AM IST

With regard to the incident of November 24, wherein Makri group of Viswema village along with some national workers had carried out unwarranted activities within the village, the 7th Mile Model Village has requested all parties concerned not to supersede and violate others’ rights and spaces in order to avoid any untoward incident.

A press release by 7 Mile Model Village Chümoukedima circle chairman, Imkong Tzudir and head GB, Zasizhalie Tacu stated that, the matter in question had already endured two verdicts of the court of national tribunal (CNT), government of people’s republic of Nagalim (GPRN) July 1, 2005 and also the court of the national judiciary board (NJB), GPRN dated January 16, 2014. 
However, the release stated that, contrary to the already two given judgements, a new verdict dated May 3, 2018 was given, signed by the then ‘gen.’ (retd) Kholi Konyak, vice-president, GPRN. On the assurance for review of the same given by ‘gen.’ (retd) Kholi Konyak, vice-president, GPRN and Th. Muivah, ato kilonser, GPRN, the village delegation met them at Delhi on June 2, 2018.  
The release stated that decision was taken by the collective leadership and senior leaders during November-December 2018 before the demise of the then ‘gen.’ (retd) Kholi Konyak, to hand over the matter to the civil society organisations (CSOs) while nullifying the verdicts already given in the case. 
It also stated that this matter was in full knowledge of the office of ato kilonser and yaruiwo including all the collective leaders GPRN.
The village authorities also informed that all parties concerned should take note that none of the members of Makri party of Viswema village had settled in the village since its inception during 1948-1951 and that they were outsiders and none of their names were in the electoral roll. 

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