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Land allotment for ex-UGs
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Published on 15 Aug. 2010 11:57 PM IST
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The state government is yet to recover 30 acres of land at Industrial Village Razphüphe Dimapur, which was earlier allotted to the ex-UGs for their rehabilitation in order to meet the policy of the government.
Head GB-cum-chairman, Industrial Village Razphüphe Dimapur, T.L. Angami in press statement pointed out that after declaration of general amnesty during 1964 by the government, many of the ex-UGs applied for land allotment and their cases were recommended. However, when the allottees of those ex-UGs were supposed to take possession over the area of their allotted land within Industrial Village Razhüphe, Dimapur the NIDC department interfered over the area of village land and damaged the structure/houses raised by them, Angami stated.
Owing to this reason, “ex-UG khellers” filed a case against NIDC in the high court and the case was kept pending for disposal in the court of N. Suyie civil judge senior division, Dimapur in civil misc. case no. 29/10 in title suit no.2/2005.
The head GB, further claimed that while the case was still pending in the court, NIDC, their workmen and their agent took the law in their own hand and felled various kind of trees in the land and started to raise structure/house in several places over the area.
Observing the act of NIDC, the plaintiffs/petitioners filed an application to the court for issue of temporary injunction under 0.39 rule 1 of CPC in C/W Ts-02/05 for issue of restrainment order against the government-defendant opposite parties, their men, workmen, agents and representatives from doing any unwarranted and illegal activities over the land. Accordingly the restrain order was issued on July 12, 2010 against the NIDC and their men, agent and other opposite parties, added the statement.

 
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