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Published on 5 Apr. 2009 12:20 AM IST
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KVC restrict party meetings DIMAPUR: Khushiabill Village Council (KVC) has resolved that during the by-election and MP election no political parties would be allowed to hold meetings and campaign inside the village jurisdiction without the concern of village authorities. Informing this in a press release issued by Viniho Shohe, Chairman KVC also stated that organizing of meetings, campaign or deployment of youths from outside the village authority; the council would not be held responsible for any untoward incidents. NAPO meet DIMAPUR: The wind up meeting of various committee and sub- committees with Northern Angami Public Organisation (NAPO) has been convened on April 5 at NAPO building at 2 p. m. According to member secretary Angami Sekrenyi 2009, Dr. Kevi Rio the meeting would discuss agenda pertaining to Angami Sekrenyi expenditure and presentation of reports. DC Zbto notice to absentees DIMAPUR: First phase of training for polling officials of Zunheboto district was conducted on April 3 and 4 at GHSS auditorium where ‘hands on’ training was given to polling personnel. Out of total of 800 polling personnel, only 700 attended the training. Therefore, DC and DEO Zunheboto, Zachive Thele has issued a notice of explanation to the absentees and has directed them to report for their absence to DC and DEO in written before April 6, failing which legal action would be initiated against them under relevant section. DC W'ka on property defacement DIMAPUR: DC and Assistant Returning Officer Wokha, Wepretso Mero, has informed all political parties/candidates under Wokha district that they would not be allowed to make use of any individual(s) land, building, private houses, compound, wall to erect flag staff, suspending banners, pasting notice, posters, writing slogans without taking permission from the house owners or concerned person during the ensuing 15th – Lok Sabha Parliamentary Election. DC also said, anyone found indulging in such undesirable activities without obtaining written permission from the owner, would be prosecuted under prevention of Defacement of Property Act 1985.

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