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Published on 10 Apr. 2009 12:42 AM IST
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Kohima Town ACCC meet held DIMAPUR: The 9th Kohima Town ACCC had a general meeting on April 9 at Congress Bhavan, with its new team members headed by Abalie Medoze along with executive members from its various Unites including representatives from Mahila, AYCC, NSUI units and KDCC in-charge 9th Kohima Town ACCC Meren Jamir, Kevi Vizo and Aba Koutsu. A press release issued by general secretary (adm), 9th Kohima Town ACCC Philip Tungoe stated that the meeting deliberated on strengthening the Congress party assuring full co-operation in supporting its INC candidate K. Asungba Sangtam for the forthcoming M.P election. The President Abalie also highlighted the capabilities of its INC candidate K. Asungba Sangtam and urged all right thinking citizen to elect him in the large interest of Naga Society. TTYO bans servicing of vehicles in roadside KOHIMA: Tsiepfü Tsiepfhe Youth Organization, AG Colony, Kohima has strictly prohibited servicing of vehicles, irrespective of Government or private, alongside the road. The organization stated that youths would be maintaining strict vigil over the matter, and further cautioned that defaulter would be charged with a fine of Rs. 500. The youth organization has also requested the owner of pipelines lying randomly and blocking the drainage system to rearrange their routed for better sanitation. The TYYO said that it would take its own course of action if its pleas were ignored. Further, TYYO has extended gratitude to PWD for black topping the road in the colony. Clarification on YVU’s ultimatum to SP Dmu DIMAPUR: In connection with the new item, “YVU’s ultimatum to SP Dimapur,” published in a local daily on April 7 issue, constables of Nagaland Police Orenthung, Kashiho, Modilala has clarified that the allegations leveled by the Yingshikhur Village Union (YVU), naming them in the March 12 incident were totally false. The signatories in a release said, their involvement in the “attempted murder” of Chumkise Sangtam, an IRB jawan as alleged by the Union “does not arise at all”, and further went on to add “If the YVU has any witness to prove our involvement, they should come out with the proof and bring the eye-witnesses before purring up such allegations, which amount to defamation and tarnishing our image in public”.

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