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Naga Hoho resolves
Published on 25 May. 2010 1:36 AM IST
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Naga Hoho said that its presidential council meeting held on May 22 at Kohima resolved to appeal to all political groups/national workers not to allow its armed cadres to live in civilian areas in order to avoid any unwanted situation in the interest of common wellbeing and to maintain peace and tranquility. Further, a joint statement issued by Naga Hoho president Keviletuo Kiewhuo and assistant general secretary, Nikhrolo Khalo stated that the Hoho would initiate with the government of India for safe passage of displaced persons from Khuzama and Kisama to Mao town considering the volatile situation. Condemning the physical assault to Naga Hoho and FNR leaders, the house resolved to rise against such intimidation in order to protect and safeguard the life and property of common people. The Hoho said it shall be the collective responsibilities of every tribe Hoho in the event of any unwarranted provocation or threat meted out to any social worker that were tirelessly working for the Naga people as a whole. It extended appreciation to Nagaland police for nabbing one of the miscreants and resolved to appeal the competent authority not to release the culprit under any circumstances but to initiate thorough investigation towards delivering justice to the people. The house appealed to the law enforcing agencies to book the remaining miscreant at the earliest. The house also unanimously reaffirmed to set up the Naga Hoho Working Committee comprising of each tribe hoho president as the ex-officio member. The Naga Hoho said that all the tribes have been endorsed to nominate one member each at the earliest.

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