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Staments on Kiumukam’s termination
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Published on 10 Jun. 2011 12:43 AM IST
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Strongly rejecting the statement made by some individuals of NNC Yimchungru region against termination of Kiumukam Yimchungru, vice-president NNC Nagaland, which appeared in local dailies, Naga National Council of Yimchungru Region has termed the statement as ‘null and void’ and ‘unacceptable’ by common people.
NNC Yimchungru region also dismissed the June 2 meeting held at Tsasher village, alleging that the meeting was held without the knowledge of the region’s president, youth president, women organization and other senior leaders and termed it as unofficial.The region further warned that if any unwanted situation arises out of this issue among the region, then the sole responsible shall be held by authority in charge.
Signatories of the statement include K.T. Yimchungru president Yimchungru region, Yansomong President Youth, Makila president women organization, Kiumukam Tatar, Threnso Tatar, M, Berimong Tatar, T. Kumcho Tatar, Yansomong Tatar, Kiutsu Tatar, Rhakho Leacy, Rikiumong Leacy, Amus Leacy, Longkhangba Leacy, Ahoyi Leacy, Sangpun Tatar, Kongthrong Leacy, R. Achim Leacy, Mukimong Tatar, A. Zhelo political advisor.
Meanwhile Central Executive Council member (CEC) has informed that Kiumkam Yimchunger (self style vice president Non-Accordist) has been expelled from national service a decade ago due to misuse of national Yezabo during his tenure and for assaulting Sumi national workers without any rhyme or reason. In a press release issued by K. Obed, member CEC informed all organizations to be aware of this faction and warned the group not to collect taxes. CEC further informed that Kiumkam was no more a national worker and NNC government would take its own course of action against him if found violating the law.

 
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