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Resolutions on Naga Commission
Published on 19 Aug. 2010 12:21 AM IST
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A public meeting held under the aegis of Naga Council at Lotha Hoho Ki Wednesday on the issue of Naga Commission has unanimously voted, approved and passed a five-point resolution.
The house resolved to continue with the Naga Council’s traditional Naga Commission which symbolized and signified the Naga identity and traditional practice of ownership levied on items granted by district authorities since inception. It also resolved to standby the July 29 joint meeting decision which amicably settled the Naga Commission issue among NC, DMC, DCC, district administration, police, women hoho, DNSU & tribal leaders.
Besides having already given the state government a month to revoke its abeyance order, the house agreed to wait for 10 more w.e.f August 18 to facilitate the state government to revoke the abeyance order.
In the event of delay by the government or failure to revoke the abeyance order within stipulated date, i.e,by August 29, the house resolved to conduct phase-wise peaceful demonstration by :
(a) Phase-I: Calling for one-day token closure of business establishments in Dimapur town but permitting vehicular movements and (b) Phase-II: Indefinite closure of business establishments but permitting vehicular movements. The house further decided to accept the chief minister’s invitation for meeting with him as scheduled, the invitation for which was received on August 18.
During the meeting, a booklet on Brief Facts of Naga Council & Naga Commission was distributed to members present for public awareness. A copy of this resolution was made available to the media by Naga Council president Savi Liegise and general secretary Ntsemo Ngullie, on behalf of the pubic meeting.

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