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AR reaffirms to maintain peace
NPN: Dimapur, 22 Jul 2008
Published on 22 Jul. 2008 11:10 PM IST
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Assam Rifles has stepped up operations within the state against the factions with an aim to flush them out from all civilian populated areas and forcing them to return to designated camps. Stating that the growing rivalry between the UG factions leading to killings and rising violence in the last one month has been noted with concern, AR authorities have identified all sensitive areas specially in and around Dimapur and adequate columns have been deployed to maintain round the clock vigil and high alert to thwart any attempts by UG groups to vitiate peace in the area.
Informing this in a release major Pallab Choudhury, PRO IGAR (N), said AR sources revealed that directions has been disseminated down to all levels to adopt stringent measures against erring factions in contravention to laid down CFGR by GoI and full cooperation is being extended to civil administration in their endeavour to eradicate roots of factional presence within civilian society.
Making its stand clear of establishing a reign of peace and development in the state, elaborate plans have also been put into effect to plug all gaps to deny any outside militant outfit using Nagaland as a corridor for safe passage / hideout in conduit with factions of the State. Flush out against DHD (J) cadres in Athibung has sent a clear message to factions that zero tolerance will be adopted against CFGR violations and ulterior motive of providing safe haven to militants from outside the state.
Flush out operations within the past two weeks by 26 AR at Kohima, 27 AR at Zunheboto, joint operations at Athibung, stepped up vigil in areas of Vihokhu, Nuiland, Lothavi, Pukhato, Hetoi and Kehoi has sent out a strong signal to factions to adhere by laid down CFGR rules by GoI. In past 24 hrs, 37 AR seized a Maruti Car Regd No NL06 - 1145 at Naginimora during a surprise check and recovered demand notes signed by SS Lt Col Along of NSCN (K) meant for distribution to various village councils of Mon district. Meanwhile MVCP of 42 AR at Zubza intercepted an Indica Car NL04 - 4062 in the wee hours and recovered 40 - 50 kgs of Ganja, subsequently handed over to Kohima North Police Station.

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