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CCNCS dissolved
Published on 5 Jul. 2010 12:13 AM IST
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Stating that the purpose for what it was formed has been “served,” the Coordination Committee of Naga Civil Society (CCNCS) said that the Committee stood dissolved with effect from July 4.
The CCNCS said it analyzed the circumstances under which the Committee was formed and the subsequent interventions it had made to restore normalcy in the back-drop of the May 6 Mao-Gate incident and the social unrest thereafter and felt convinced and satisfied that it has “served the purpose for what it was formed.” The Committee highlighted some of the activities it had undertaken and said that not a day has passed without one thing or the other happening at every stage of the last 54 days of the “CCNCS in the service of our people in distress.” The Committee thanked every individual, sections of people and organizations for enabling them to carry out their responsibilities with support and co-operation. The CCNCS also sought apology if it had hurt the sentiments of any people or organizations while discharging duties with the best of intentions and as necessitated by circumstances of prevailing situations which were beyond their control.
It thanked the state government for the appreciation and support that was accorded to the Committee. It specially thanked the people of Khuzama village and the Southern Angami People’s Organization, the Kohima district administration and all ranks and files of the Nagaland police who had been constantly monitoring and helping out in their various capacities and positions.
It thanked the “media friends” in Delhi for covering their part of the story and others in different parts of the country. The committee also thanked the local media.
It expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Mao Naga community for the sacrifices that they have made, as victims as well as victors and for the unceasing support, participation and understanding that they have demonstrated at all stages of the crisis and the patience shown under all kinds of threats, intimidations and uncertainties.
The CCNCS said though it cannot mention all people and sources that have helped them financially and physically at different stages of their works for all kinds of reasons, yet it said all help and support have recorded in their hearts with prayers that God would repay all those kindness in many folds.
The CCNCS statement was signed its convenor, Neingulo Krome and member, Rosemary Dzuvichu.

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