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Naga Council adopts wait & watch policy
Published on 8 Aug. 2010 12:08 AM IST
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Naga Council, in a special meeting with its affiliates, held Saturday, to further deliberate on course of action to seek redressal in the Naga commission issue, unanimously resolved to firmly stand by its July 26 and August 2 resolutions and wait for government to revoke its abeyance order on Naga commission till August 10.
Failing which, the public, under the aegis of Naga Council, would hold a general public meeting August 18 and “finalise necessary details” for a suitable course of action for redressal, said Naga council general secretary Ntsemo Ngullie in a statement.
According to Naga council statement the house, after thorough discussion, further reiterated the “full legitimacy” of Naga Council’s stand in struggling to preserve the “inherent Naga identity” practiced by fore-runners.
The meet also reiterated that the advocacy for “inherent Naga right and identity” practiced by Naga Council since 1949 was neither opposition nor confrontation with administration whatsoever, but democratic expression to restore what was right and just for Naga council.
Stating that necessary time and venue would be informed through press, the Naga council has requested all affiliated tribes, Hohos, women Hoho, DNSU, former councillors/officials, senior citizens, well wisher organizations to be prepared to attend the same positively.
It may be mentioned that the state government, in a standing order issued July 29, had directed the district administration to revoke the permission given to Naga council to collect Naga commission.

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