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AAGU appeals to govt.
Published on 18 Jun. 2011 1:08 AM IST
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: Expressing concern that a group of about hundred people, armed with weapons, were camping inside Ghowoto village land and constructing approach road with machineries, destroying plantation of the village and claiming the land as theirs, the Aqahuto area GBs’ union (AAGU) has appealed to the government to take stock of the situation and prevent armed men from entering the area and cause trouble to the people.
AAGU president Phushito Aye, in a statement, said it was uncalled for those people whosoever entered into a land belonging to others and creating unwanted tension in the area when all section of the society was yearning for long lasting peace.
The union pointed out that government through a joint letter of ADC Dimapur and ADC Peren, order no. Rev-1/95-D dated February 15, 1996 had directed the people of inter-district border areas of Peren and Dimapur to maintain utmost status quo in the area till inter-district boundary between the two districts was properly demarcated.
Similarly, DC Kohima urged both parties that status quo be maintained at any cost vide letter No. Rev/JLK/1/88 (pt) dated Kohima 16.7.97, the AAGU said, adding an “agreement of good behavior bond” was signed by Asuzo Kezo and Beto Belu in presence of SDO (Civil) Dhansiripar, Anoop Kinchi on February 19, 2011.
The agreement, which stated to keep peace and tranquility in the area under Dhansiripar until the finalization of boundary between Dimapur-Peren districts, was signed after a group of people numbering about 300 armed with weapons entered into the land of Ghowoto village and started to claim the land as theirs, the union said.
Following the incident, the AAGU said additional chief secretary and commissioner A Banuo Z. Jamir once again called on the people to maintain peace and calm in the area till boundary was properly demarcated.
According to AAGU president Phushito Aye it has been the endeavor of people Aqahuto, especially those in the area bordering Peren district, to uphold to directive of administration to maintain status quo in the area.
“Whereas the other party has been time and again gross-violating the administration’s order till date by entering into the area with arms and weapons harassing the villagers and disturbing the peaceful atmosphere,” the AAGU president said.
He said it was sincere wish of Aqahuto area people for peace and tranquility to prevail in the society and also the same spirits was maintained with others too and not create tension and unwanted situation among the people.

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