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WSH rejects govt.probe panel; issues 15 day ultimatum
Published on 3 Jul. 2011 12:48 AM IST
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Western Sumi Hoho (WSH) at its general body meeting held here Saturday, deliberated on the June 30 attack on Inavi village where the chairman and assistant GB were killed and two others critically injured.
After deliberations, the hoh passed six resolutions including a 15-day ultimatum on the state government to identify and apprehend the attackers failing which the government would be solely responsible for any untoward situation that arose out of its failure.
WSH president L.K. Achumi and general secretary Vikato Shikhu, in a joint statement said the hoho resolved not to accept the special committee constituted by the government to probe the attack on Inavi village as it would not serve any purpose.
The Western Sumi Hoho demands immediate withdrawal of IRB personnel posted at Beisimpuikam village and Jalukielo village.
Hoho resolved not to accept the special committee constituted by government of Nagaland to probe the attack on Inavi village as it will not serve any purpose.
The meeting resolved that Hoho shall not accept the ex-gratia payment of Rs. 1 lakh each to the deceased and Rs. 50,000 each to those injured announced by Nagaland government.
Hoho strongly demands that the government of Nagaland must apprehend those involved in the attack on Inavi village, killing of two village elders and seriously injuring two others within a period of 15 days time, failing which the government shall bear responsible for any untoward situation arising out of government’s failure. The hoho also demand the government to inform the hoho about the disappearance of death body of Lt. Inashe, council chairman, Inavi village who was killed during the attack.
The Hoho also demands that commission report of inter-district boundary between Dimapur and Peren which has been kept pending before the cabinet be taken up on priority basis at the earliest.
The WSH also strongly demands from the government that the war gates erected at both end of Beisimpuikam village be removed immediately, failing which the Hoho would pursue with its own course of action to remove the said gates.

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