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Diphupar ‘B’, Ikishe village dispute settled
Published on 23 Jun. 2010 12:53 AM IST
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Ikishe village and Diphupar ‘B’ village on June 22 amicably settled the 20 year old village boundary dispute between the two villages. In a meeting held between the elder of two villages at the residence of Chairman, Diphupar ‘B’ Village Council, the Diphupar ‘B’ village authority issued no objection certificate to Ikishe village.
The NOC signed by head GB L.P. Therie, Village Council Chairman, Kakiho Sumi and Village Council Secretary, Mhathung Lotha stated that all dispute between the two villages has been settled through mutual understanding and no such discrepancies does not arise in future.
Elders and leaders of two villages also signed a joint declaration and agreement. The declaration signed by Kakiho Sumi, Chairman, Village Council, Diphupar ‘B’, Kakhevi Kinimi, Chairman, Village Council, Ikishe Village, L. P. Therie Head GB, Diphupar ‘B’, Ikishe Sumi Head GB, Ikishe village, Mhathung Lotha, Secretary, Village Council, Diphupar ‘B’ and Khubolho T. Yepthomi, Secretary, Village Council, Ikishe Village stated that both the councils have unanimously resolved to forget and forgive each other in the name of the almighty God and to maintain peaceful co-existence between the two village councils.It also resolved that the boundary disputes has been settled as demanded by both the councils in order maintain cordial relationship between the two villages.
It further resolved that present boundary as held by each village shall be recognized and accepted as official and final by both the villages and either village shall not encroach the boundary under any circumstances.
Later, to mark the historic day, L.P. Therie, head GB, Diphupar ‘B’ village, in presence of GBs, chairmen, secretaries and village council members of both the village prayed and erected a boundary stone demarcating the two villages.
Meanwhile, GBs, village council and general public of Ikishe village have expressed gratitude to head GB and GBs, village council chairman and members for settling the border dispute and thereby enabling the Ikishe village to pursue for its recognition.

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