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NWHD informs on procession
Published on 2 Sep. 2008 12:22 AM IST
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In regard to its proposed silent procession on September 3, the Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) has informed that there were no restrictions imposed and that shops and offices could be kept open. NWHD president, Hukheli T. Wotsa said the procession would start at 8.00 a.m from the Super market police point. It requested all educational institutions to send their students to attend the silent procession. Meanwhile, taking note of the time consuming DNA and Narco Analysis tests which are sent outside, the Hoho has urged the state government to take up steps and ensure availability of such equipments. DNSU extends support Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) has extended its support to the silent procession called by the NWHD to protest and demand justice against the gang rape of a pregnant woman on August 27. The Union has appealed all schools and colleges to send their students to attend the procession and to treat this press information as an official communiqué regretting for paucity of time. It asked the students to converge at Super Market/Walford junction from where they will march to DC’s office.

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