Angami Gbs Association (AGBA) in an executive meeting held on April 29 has resolved to complete Angami Customary Law Book (Amendment) by May 10 to 12 and requested all range presidents to arrange some educationist/social worker to Kohima village at 10am.
In a press statement issued by Neithovilie Miasalhou, president and Zhathose Keye, general secretary AGBA has informed that in order to distinguish between GBs and DBs, the red waistcoat should not be mixed with other colours and the red blanket (shawl) which was used as uniform for GBs should be used in a proper way.
The association also requested district administration to inform the general public for the use if this uniform as GBs and DBs are associated with deputy commissioner staff.
In an appeal to the state government, the association has requested the government agency to consider their grievances and the association to be considered as highest decision making body. Further said the GB Association whether in town, village or city is working for the welfare of the people and also hand in hand with the governmental agency in time of difficulties to maintain peaceful situation and should be considered as highly wisdom civic body.