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Resolution on ‘Naga commission’
Published on 27 Jul. 2010 1:10 AM IST
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Consequent upon the public meeting held July 26 at Naga Council office to discuss on Naga Commission, a six-point resolution was unanimously adopted.
The adopted resolution stated that district administration would be asked to revoke its “abeyance order” within seven days failing which Naga Council and public would resort to “course of action deemed fit.” The subsequent resolution stated that all legal options “shall be kept open” to deal with the matter as and when required.
It also affirmed to uphold and protect the rights and identity of Nagas, be it in the levy of Naga Commission or in any other form, and to oppose any designs that weakened the identity, unity and culture of the Nagas.
It also resolved to put a proposal to district administration to set up a high-powered committee consisting of retired judges, market experts, Naga Council, DMC, Women Hoho, GB, intellectual/professionals and the like. It added that the panel would be assigned to conduct research and find out the causes of price rise and unauthorized taxation in Dimapur, who would then table the report and recommendation within two-months.
One of the adopted resolution pointed out that Dimapur Chamber of Commerce (DCC) be re-structured for a pro-active role in fostering peace and goodwill amongst all citizens in the “complex commercial hub”.
It also resolved to publish activities of Naga Council and Naga commission in brief for further public consumption.

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