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DVC, CTYO flay rallies within jurisdictions

Published on 16 Jul. 2017 12:11 AM IST
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Darogapathar Village Council (DVC) and Chumukedima Town Youth Organization (CTYO) in separate statements have flayed July 12 “silent protest” and July 14 demonstrations held within their respective jurisdictions.
In a press statement, DVC chairman, Nungtok Meren and secretary K. Ado Bizo, stated that the DVC, 2 ½ Mile Darogapathar village held an emergency meeting on July 13 to discuss the “silent protest” that took place at the T. K. Service 2 ½ Mile Darogapathar village on July 12 in the name of “concerned and likeminded members of the society.”
DVC stated that the Darogapathar village has always lived in peace and tranquillity, where people of all class, tribes or creed coexisted in harmony and most importantly in unity. It also stated that village was very strict in implementing and ensuring that the image of the village was not used in any form as a platform to promote any political ideology or any individual’s vested interest. 
DVC stated that even in the past, similar incidents have occurred within the jurisdiction of the Darogapathar village and which had risked the security and the safety of the residents and most importantly tarnished the image of the Darogapathar village beyond repair. 
Therefore, in order to safeguard the pride, the social security and the safety of the village resident, the DVC, who is the local governing authority, has resolved not to allow any public gathering without the consent from the council. 
DVC reaffirmed that it was compulsory and mandatory to seek its approval before staging any gathering/protest of any manner within the premises of the Darogapathar village. 
DVC said any future incidents tarnishing the image, endangering the security and the wellbeing of the residents of the Darogapathar village would not be tolerated but be dealt with sternest action, as per the rules laid down in the constitution of the village council.
The council while condemning such gathering because it was done so without the approval from the DVC has also reaffirmed that it has given the Darogapathar Youth Organization (DYO) the absolute executive power and authority to ensure that all of the resolutions/rules and regulations were adhered and implemented within the jurisdiction of Darogapathar village. 
CTYO: Chumukedima Town Youth Organization has warned any party or organisations not to organise any demonstrations in and around Chumukedima Town which directly or indirectly disturb the peaceful environment of Chumukedima and the public in general.
A press note by CTYO president, Kezhanguto Zhotso stated that on July 14,  some of the party workers of NPF of 4th Ghaspani-I Assembly Constituency demanded their elected leaders to “stop playing desperate games” and even went as far as branding them “chors” (thieves) in Chumukedima town. 
CTYO has also clarified that neither the public nor any of the existing organization of Chumukedima stood on that very protest. It further stated that the issue was not about support or against any political party but the total breakdown of law and order, respect for traditional authority and misuse of the name of Chumukedima. 
CTYO therefore warned that any party anybody organising such programmes in the future without proper per¬mission and concern from all the apex bodies of Chumukedima would be taken as a direct insult to the peace loving people of Chumukedima. 

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