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Published on 20 Feb. 2009 12:23 AM IST
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CVYS warns defaulters DIMAPUR: Chumukedima Village Youth Society (CVYS) has once again called upon the attention of the general public in its continual press notification. President, Mhasiletuo Visezo and general secretary, Medochüzo Medoze, CVYS stated in a press note that as per the previous notification and warning laid down by the parental authorities and the youth society respectively against fishing, hunting, cutting of tress/bamboos within the village jurisdiction without proper permission would be strictly dealt with against defaulters by the youth society with their own course of action imposing a fine of Rs.10,000 and above. The youth society further said outsiders banned from picnicking, tracking, door to door business, collection of dry firewood, fodder collection for cattle rearing, and warned that no outsiders would be allowed to roam freely after 8pm in and within the village area, without genuine and proper reason to prevent any untoward incidents. Urging the public to co-operate with the press statement, the youth society said this move was to create better atmosphere and better mutual understanding. 41 A/C Tizit Cong denounces resignation MON: 41 A/C Tizit area Congress Committee, convened a meeting on February 17 at Congress Bhavan, Tizit Town, where the party unanimously denounced the resignation of MLA Aloh Wangham, by terming it as an ‘selfish act’. The party alleged that though MLA Aloh was elected by the people of the constituency; he had resigned without consultation either the Congress party workers or the general public of his area. Terming the resignation of the former Congress MLA as ‘self interest’, the party of the constituency also said electing Aloh Wangham with ‘hope’ that he would continue to work for the development and welfare of the public was a mistake for which the party and the general public would never forget. (Correspondent) The meeting was also attended by MLA Lanpha Konyak and DCC (I), Mon. SH highlights water scarcity in NU (L) DIMAPUR: Sumi Hoho (SH) has observed that Nagaland University students of Lumami campus were facing various problems owing to scarcity of water. Stating this in a press statement SH vice president, H. Kashito Yeptomi asserted students were fetching water from their home for their hostel use. Further, stating that university officials usually comes from Mokokchung and goes back after attending classes, appealed dean and lecturers responsible to address the problem faced by students. Sumi Hoho has also appealed PHE department to look into the problem faced by university students, while provide water connection at the earliest, adding scarcity of water would hamper the students and affect their health. Meanwhile, Sümi Hoho has also called upon all Nagas and NGOs to cooperate in addressing students’ problem. NPF Mkg division lauds Deo, Azheto DIMAPUR: Nagaland People’s Front, Mokokchung Division has lauded the two former MLAs namely; Deo Nukhu and Azheto for voluntarily freeing themselves from the control of the Indian National Congress by resigning from the state assembly. President, Aolepden, and general secretary, Mangyangnungba (Adm.), NPF, Mokokchung stated in a release that their farsighted action would empower them to avail liberty of serving the people on need based issues. “The crisis in the puppet Congress is their own making as they shy away from retrospection but warm themselves in their favorite past time of making wild price – tagging on all major issues”. The divisional unit further appreciated the charismatic appeal of the chief minister Neiphiu Rio, and the seasoned leadership of party president Dr. Shurhozelie, for steering the state to a greater height breaking the unimaginable frontier of developmental avenues championing the cause of the people. Four PREPAK cadres killed Dimapur: Four PREPAK cadres were killed while two others suffered serious injuries in a clash between a combined force of PREPAK and NNC and the NSCN-IM at Duithanjang Khaupum valley on Wednesday, according to a release issued by the MIP/GPRN. The release said the combined force of PREPAK and NNC provoked the Naga Army of the NSCN leading to the clash in which four PREPAK cadres were killed on the spot and two sustained serious injuries. There was no casualty on the NSCN side, the NSCN-IM release added. AR detains NSCN (I-M) cadres DIMAPUR: Acting on information about movement of armed cadres a column of 42 AR conducted MVCP at NH – 39 near Piphema and intercepted one Maruti gypsy (AS 01 Z 7054) and apprehended three NSCN (I-M) cadres along with two 9mm pistol and 18 live rounds form their possession at around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. According to a defence release issued by PRO IGAR (N), however, on producing identity card PRO Akho Angami and his bodyguard SS Cpl Khi with one 9mm pistol and nine live rounds was released in accordance with the ceasefire ground rules, while another cadre identified as SS Cpl John, apprehended along with one 9mm pistol and nine rounds was later handed over to Medziphema Police Station, the release added. Meanwhile, Assam Rifles has clarified that it was maintaining a state of high alert with an aim to prevent any movement of armed cadres within the state. It cautioned that stern action would be initiated against factions violating ceasefire ground rules and all actions initiated to enforce CFGRs in true spirit.

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