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Highest criminal cases in Dimapur: SP Mero
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, OCT 2 (NPN):
Published on 3 Oct. 2010 12:28 AM IST
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Superintendent of police (SP) Dimapur, Zekotso Mero on Saturday said Dimapur was potentially the district with highest number of criminal cases in the state.
Speaking at a joint reflective meeting of Chakhesang public leaders and gazetted officers of Dimapur held Saturday at Bade village, Mero expressed concern that criminal cases in Dimapur have become very high, and called upon the community to put in joint efforts towards maintaining unity not only among themselves, but also with others to uphold social order.
Pointing out that gathering and relaying information were essential for any collective task, Mero maintained that the Chakhesang community of Dimapur needed to develop those factors to maintain unity. He said people would prosper anywhere, even as social atmosphere varied for different places, only when they set a common goal to unite. The SP further called upon all Chakhesang public leaders and government officials present at the meeting to contribute towards building the community in their different capacities at various levels.
Also addressing the gathering, Patkai Christian College Dimapur Principal Hüsazü Epao emphasized on strengthening the community by working together with a sense of belonging. He said Chakhesang community needed to overcome its greatest weaknesses through expansion of social fraternity and networking, and progress into an aspiring community. He also encouraged the gathering to strive to uphold the identity of the community with a social dynamism.
A total of 115 public leaders, gazetted officers, VCCs, GBs, VDB secretaries and pastors of Chakhesang community of Dimapur and Chakhesang Public Organization executives participated at the programme, which was organized by Chakhesang Hoho Dimapur District. At present, 42 gazetted officers and 30 GBs from the community are based in Dimapur district.
Others who spoke at the meeting included DMC advisor Er. Vikholie Nienu, Naga Council Dimapur senior councilor Wezhetsü Mero, Tenyimi Union Dimapur vice president Kepfelhou Koza, Chakhesang Mothers’ Association president Dipeü Kapfo, Chakhesang GBs Union Dimapur president P. Therie, Dimapur Naga Students’ Union president Medovoi Medeo and Chakhesang Youth Organization Dimapur president Kiesalie.

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