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ZVYSO express shock, cautions Dmu administration
Published on 11 Jun. 2011 12:00 AM IST
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The Zhadima Village Youth and Sports Organization (ZVYSO) has expressed shock over the recent obstruction of EPIC under Polling Station 11 and 12 at Industrial Village, Razhüphe , Dimapur on June 7 and 8 by six colonies leaders and their men by taking law into their own hands.
In a release Zhadima Village Youth and Sports Organization President Roko Angami and ZVSYO General Secretary Visielie Sanchu said that it was unfortunate that a GB of the village was grievously beaten up and several villagers received injuries in the hands of the gheraod agitating miscreants and also damaging the furniture used by the BLO officials.
In the release, Zhadima Village Youth and Sports Organization alleged that Dimapur District Administration have miserably failed to protect the rights of the innocent voters which is a government programme. Stating that Industrial Village Razhüphe was an Angami Naga traditional recognized village, the Zhadima Village Youth and Sports Organization strongly condemned the illegal and uncivilized activities of those so called colony leader and their men.
Pointing out that in the event of any untoward happens to T.L. Angami, an elder from Zhadima Village, founder of Industrial village Razhüphe under the traditional land of Chumukedima Village, the ZVSYO warned that the Dimapur district administration, including six colonies leaders shall be held fully responsible.

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