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MWC on Mishikito colony
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Published on 18 Jul. 2009 12:01 AM IST
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Mishikito Welfare Committee (MWC) has refuted to a press statement issued by Inaho and Tokishe which appeared in some local daily on July 14 in regard to the present status of Mishikito Colony (erstwhile Thilixu new/Inatoku village) which was elaborately misrepresented/misinterpreted by the two writers ‘sowing mistrust and doubts amongst fellowmen’. According to a joint press statement issued by MWC chairman, Atoshe Yeptho, and secretary, Kiyekhu Awomi, the issue was that on March 3 this year, a compromise was thought to have been entered between Thilixu Old Village and the present Mishikito Colony (erstwhile Thilixu new/Aghushito/Inatoku village) which was clandestinely masterminded by then GBs-Inaho and Tokishe without knowledge of the village council nor was the general public of the Mishikito colony taken into confidence with regard to the faulty compromise agreement. The statement also said that as per the agreement stipulated in the said compromise agreement/deed, the two GBs fictitiously represented Thilixu new village and agreed to surrender the independent rights of Thilixu new village. “Who gave them the authority to give away the rights and liberties of Mishikito public,” asked the chairman and secretary of MWC while asserting that the two GBs might have received certain amount of money along with the title GBs of Thilixu New village appointed by government to betray their own fellowmen at the same time said they should know that their misdemeanor/conspiracy would not go un-noticed for long. Further, clarifying on the point that the land ‘Mishikito/Inatoku’ falls under the jurisdiction of Thilixu village, the statement also said Mishikito colony is a well established colony which is undisputedly outside the demarcated boundary and jurisdiction of Thilixu village as per order issued by Deputy Commissioner on June 24. It also stated the claims made by the so called GBs of Thilixu village was scrupulously twisted to serve their ‘corrupt deeds’.

 
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