Land registration in Chumu
DIMAPUR: Taking into account the problems faced by Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) and to maintain proper land records within Chumukedima town areas (CTC) has informed Chumukedima village council and New Chumukedima Village Council to jointly start land registration drive and renewal of land patta at the earliest.
CTC in a press handout by its chairman, Neichu-U Kuotsu pointed out that it was the non availability of “any land records of Chumukedima town areas” the council has been facing lot of problems in issuing documents pertaining to land whenever asked for.
The council also informed all plot holders of Chumukedima town jurisdiction to clarify the doubts faced by them in regard to land registration drive and renewal of land patta that was started in 2002 jointly by the erstwhile Chumukedima Asd-hoc Town Committee, whereby Chumukedima Village Council and New Chumukedima Village Council was kept in abeyance for many years.
Pointing out that many plot holders those who have renewed their land patta/registered (fresh) have not registered their land under Land Records Register of Chumukedima Town Council, the CTC appealed those concerned land owners to do the same at the earliest. Further, the CTC cautioned that it would not entertain those non-renew/non-register plots incase of any land dispute or requirement of any land certification (documents) arise.
Zeme Council warns DHD (J)
DIMAPUR: Zeme Council (NEI) has condemned the act of DHD (J) sneaking in to NC Hill (Assam) and disturbing the life and harmony of Zeme/Jeme Nagas, Hmars, Kukis, Karbis. The union in a release issued by its president Ngauputlak Heu stated more than 130 people were killed in the ethnic bloodbath between Dimasa and Hmar in the hill district in the year 2004 and that their guns have now turned to Zeme/Jeme Nagas for “provoking”.
It further queried as to how the DHD (J) outfit formed in 1993 can claim the NC Hill belonged to them when Zemes, Hmars, Kukis and Karbis had been living peacefully since time immemorial.
Asking the DHD (J) not to mistake their “patience and tolerance” for “weakness”, the Zeme council stated it would no longer remain silent spectators in case the DHD repeat their ugly and “undemocratic manner” towards Zeme Nagas.
State JD (U) dissolved;
elects new convenor
DIMAPUR: National President, Janata Dal (U) Sharad Yadav had dissolved the Nagaland Janata Dal (U) with immediate effect. JD (U) general secretary Arun Kumar Srivastava in a press release stated the extreme step to dissolve Nagaland JD (U) was taken owing to the failure of state unit headed by S. Limatemjen to comply the order of completing membership and organisation election though central election office extended the final date for the membership. Basing on constitution and rules of JD (U) Article V (a) para 8 (a) and 8 (b) the general secretary said any state or its subordinate committee which failed to comply with the rules would be liable to disciplinary action. The release also added that Mhonjan Lotha has been appointed as convenor of state JD(U) and been assigned to complete the membership drive as well as organisation election within July 15.