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Flush-out operation in Kohima
Correspondent: Kohima, 28 Jul 2008
Published on 29 Jul. 2008 12:27 AM IST
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Kohima District Administration, Police, IRB and Assam Rifles Monday continued with the combined flush out operation against underground activists in various colonies of the state capital.
Raids were carried out in Bayavü, Sepfuzou, High School junction, Kenuozou, TM. School area, Billy Graham road, Don Bosco colony, official sources informed.
However, no arrest was made or arms recovered on Monday.
On Sunday, three NSCN (I-M) activists were apprehended alongwith arms during the flush out operation conducted in various colonies.
The raids were conducted in D’ Block, Seikhazou, Daklane, Naga Bazar, New Market, Tin Patti and Kezekie.
Official sources said the flush-out operation would continue till all underground activists were vacated from the state capital.
It may be mentioned the state government last month issued guidelines to all the DCs and SPs to flush out underground activists from civilian populated areas in all districts headquarters.
NSCN (I-M) cautions DC Kohima

Taking exception to the ongoing combined flush out operations by district administration and security forces in Kohima, the NSCN (I-M) Angami Region authority has cautioned DC Kohima as well as DBs and GBs to restrain themselves from working against the “interest of Naga nationalism.”
Caretaker, GPRN/NSCN (I-M) Angami Region, Neiba Kire in a press release said an emergency meeting of the NSCN (I-M) Angami Region held Monday, expressed dismay that DC Kohima had forgotten his role as a Naga citizen and was all out against the national workers with the District Level Cease Fire Monitoring Group.
“The NSCN GPRN Angami Region respects the DC as the administrator but he should restrain from working against the interest of Naga nationalism, lest we will be compelled to take action against him for which he shall be solely held responsible,” the NSCN (I-M) said.
The NSCN (I-M) also alleged that the move of DBs and GBs for peace among the factions had become questionable as they had also started “to act as security forces and involve in raiding the houses of national workers.”

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