GB Toluvi village for peaceful election
DIMAPUR: Head GB of Toluvi village, Tozhevi Chishi, has cautioned persons, families, groups or individuals, harbouring or using non- Toluvi village residents including youth and outsiders in the ensuing election disturbing the genuine voters or the residents would be viewed seriously. The head GB in a press release has also informed land owners and villagers to be aware that no such things happen in the village or in polling stations failing which the head GB said severe actions would be taken against the defaulters.
KST condemns kidnapping bid
DIMAPUR: Kangtsung Senso Telongjem (KST) strongly condemning the “heinous crime” committed by miscreants involved in kidnapping case on March 30 in Dimapur clarified that one accused identified as Imnamoa, son of Joy Singh is not from Kangtsung village.
KST president, T Lanu Lemdor and general secretary, Chuba Jamir in a joint statement also clarified that other two absconders identified as Talimongba son of Olemmar and Susunungsang son of Lanukangzuk were not members of Kangtsung union Dimapur though they originally hail from Kangtsung village.
The union, however, asserted that they were badly hurt and ashamed of their involvement.
Meanwhile, KST stated that it has resolved to extend full support in apprehending the culprits. With regard to this, the union has appealed to the administration and law enforcing agencies to nab the absconders at the earliest and strive for safe release of kidnapped victim.
NPF Phek division election campaign
DIMAPUR: NPF Phek division general secretary Wepe Mekrisuh has informed all that Phek district election campaign under medical minister Kuzholuzo Nienu has been consecutively framed out to cover the district with affirmative result after the coalition partners of political parties of Phek district including NPF, NCP and BJP held a consolidated meeting on March 19.
In the meeting, the Phek district political party reaffirmed to carry on the DAN consensus candidate C.M Chang as contender to rival congress candidate Asungba Sangtam in the ensuing parliamentary election.
The meeting also informed that NPF ticket holder Deo Nukhu under 17 Chizami A/C has fast winning support which indicated the possible winning of 17 Chizami by-election.
The division also informed that at a rally in Phek town on March 27, NPF candidate Deo Nukhu pledged to work where the Naga mandate was.
The NPF Phek division further appealed the people to vote in favor of the party and also welcomed new members joining the party.
NPF Kiphire refutes allegation
TUENSANG: NPF Kiphire district on Saturday refuted the allegation made by Congress Mimi range leaders of the ‘so called vested individuals’ on April 4 in some local dailies, terming it as totally out of order and absolutely ‘baseless’, since ‘they had done it in their own interest’ and have not taken the opinion of the public even in their native village.
According to P.A. Selicia Yim, Central Executive Youth Wing Nagaland, the declaration which was made on March 30 by Parliamentary Secretary CAWD T. Torechu for Mimi range was in the interest of the general public led by their respective village council bodies. Therefore, Selicia has requested not to collect the waste left by the dog since we are all human beings and we live in a civil society. He also said that one should not involve in unnecessary mockery and blindly follow the foot print of selfish leaders like Congress. Technical error for mentioning Vongtsuwong village as under Mimi range is highly regretted, they said.
TVC notify land owners
DIMAPUR: Tenyiphe-1 Village Council (TVC) has notified all the land owners of Agri link road NH 39 to Tenyiphe-1 village cemetery, DC office road Tenyiphe-1 village via forest road (Khriezephe) and DC office road via St. Anthony School Tenyiphe-1 to St. Joseph School Chumukedima, to cut down the trees, bamboos and fencing obstructing the village link roads on or before April 30. Informing this in a press release jointly issued by Ruungunyu Meyase, Chairman TVC and Yavise Yashu, Secretary TVC, it also stated that failing to comply with the notice; the council would take its own course of action. For more information, contact the council Chairman and Secretary on 9436075762/ 9436065778.
Candle light vigil
DIMAPUR: Don Bosco Alumni, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Dimapur unit would be observing a candle light vigil at 7.30 pm, on April 5 in the school premises of the school. The programme is as part of global programme for peace and brotherhood. All past students of any Don Bosco school, college, institute residing in and around Dimapur have been requested to attend the meeting at 5.30pm and take part in the candle light vigil at 7.30pm.
DC Mkg inform candidates
DIMAPUR: DC Mokokchung C.M Tsanglo has informed contesting candidate or agent or authorised representative have been informed to attend the second randomization of electronic voting machine to allot the control unit and ballot unit to specific polling station in presence of election observer on April 6 at 2 p.m at treasury office complex, Mokokchung. Candidates have been asked to maintain register of day to day accounts of election expenses with supporting documents for inspection by the election observer for Mokokchung, Longleng and Zunheboto T.A Parthasarathy, IAS with a gap of about 4 days from the date of this notice.
NMA, SSUK condemn rape
NMA: Naga Mothers’ Association (NMA) has condemned the vicious circle of crime being committed on women including the incident of gang rape on 25 year old girl, attempted murder on her mother and rape on a 13 years old minor girl on April 1 by Alemba Sangtam.
A press released issued by Naga Mother’s Association secretary Vivi Nyuthe stated that stringent actions should be taken on those people who committed the demonic acts, so that the gruesome act should not be allowed to’ raise its ugly head again’
Association while extending sympathy to both families at their moment of grief has urged the authorities to award stringent punishment at the earliest.
SSUK: Süngratsü Students’ Union Kohima (SSUK)has condemned the gang rape of a 25 year old girl at Darogapathar in Dimapur on March 25 and the attempted murder on the mother and the robbery. Condemning the incident, the SSUK has urged the law enforcing agencies to bring the culprits to book at the earliest and to award befitting punishment.