: The six colonies, comprising chairmen of Lengrijan, Duncan Basti, Oriental, Industrial Estate, Hill View and Aokong colony have submitted documents pertaining to the claims made by T.L Angami and Chumukedima village.
The 6 signatories’ in press release appended the notice issued by T.L Angami on collection of village patta on or before March 31 and extension for another period of one month.
As per the notification, T.L Angami had directed villagers within Industrial village to collect the village patta, and had extended the deadline to another one month i.e. April 30 in a bid to give suitable time to the department and its agencies within the village.
The signatories also furnished list of departments and its agencies which presently occupying the village land without any procedure of law within Industrial Village Razhuphe.
List of the departments and its agencies include, deputy commissioner’s office, land record and survey office, geology survey of India Dimapur branch, taxes commissioner office, excise commissioner office, NST general manager office, supply directorate office, geology and mining office, soil SDO office, soil mechanical office, excise superintend office, deputy commissioner court, forensic science laboratory office, presently occupied by GIG boarder, Nagaland stadium Dimapur under sports and youth resources department, Dimapur government college, Dimapur Hindi college, sub-jail, Industrial Estate Shed (I) and (II), Assam Rifles firing range on Diphu road, project director DRDA office and rest house, a pocket of village presently occupied by the CRPF as their transit camp “without any colour” of authority.
The six signatories further alleged that T.L Angami on May 7 purportedly circulated an undated leaflet issued by the president, youth society, Chumukedima village showing 60 different areas presently occupied by the para militaries, several department and its agencies within the area of Chumukedima village which are yet to be acquired as per the law of land.