DIMAPUR: Tribunal members of Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) taking note of the non confidence motion against the speaker (acting) DNSU and the ongoing crisis among the constituent units has convened a series of consultative meeting at all levels phase-wise. Meeting for the former leaders including ex-presidents, general secretaries and speakers have been convened on July 1, 9am at Hotel Saramati meeting hall, Naga shopping arcade Dimapur. Meeting for unit presidents and general secretary of Ao Students’ Union Dimapur, Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union and Dimapur Kyong Students’ Union have been convened on July 2, 9am at Hotel Saramati meeting hall, Naga shopping arcade Dimapur. Meeting for presidents and general secretaries of rest of the constituent units of DNSU have been convened on July 2, 11:30am at Hotel Saramati meeting hall, Naga shopping arcade Dimapur.
JTYO warns irregular govt staff
DIMAPUR: Jalukie Town Youth Organization (JTYO) conducted a surprise visit to all governmental offices and hospital in Jalukie on June 29 and found most of the office staff absent from their duties, few offices closed and some without attendance registers and chowkidars. A press statement issued by Hailamsong Mpom, president JTYO has warned defunct offices in Jalukie town to take serious note of their laxity and be regular and efficient in their duty. JTYO warned that if this continues, then their names and departments would be publicly disclosed and stern action initiated personally on them. JTYO also said it has taken this decision to ensure proper service to the public so that the town functions professionally with the administration and public working hand in hand.
State BJYM flays fuel price hike
DIMAPUR: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) state unit has condemned the UPA government at the centre for hiking the price of kerosene, diesel and domestic gas cylinder. State BJYM in a press statement issued by Rabindra Jha, general secretary (ORG), alleged that the UPA government was not for common people, but a corrupted government. It also appealed to the state government to reduce the necessary taxation on kerosene, diesel and domestic gas cylinder to help the general public. Further, the state BJYM unit along with the northeast states BJYM representatives has resolved to create a serious and continuous awareness on national security threat from China across the northeastern states at a national level and also declared its support to the resolution passed by NE BJYM on socio economic challenges of NE region.
USLP plea to maintain peace
DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of United Sangtam Likhum Pumji (USLP) was held on June 30 at Circuit House Dimapur to discuss about maintenance of peace within its jurisdiction. USLP decided to strictly adhere to landmark resolution no.1 & 2 of the Historic Summit of ENPO formulated on December 18, 2007 at Tuensang town, in the common interest and commitment of Naga unity. The meeting re-affirmed that there should be no bloodshed, threat, intimation, factional fight or any form of violence within USLP jurisdiction. USLP also stated that it would not extend public co-operation to any group/faction/individual and appealed to all the national workers to maintain peace within its jurisdiction. Non-compliance of its resolution will be considered as a serious threat to the aforesaid resolutions, said USLP and added it would take its own course of action as deem fit
DIMAPUR: Civil and military wing of Chakesang Region of NSCN/GPRN has reaffirmed its stance on the leadership S.S.Khaplang and resolved to strengthen the national struggle led by the “visionary leader”. A press release issued by “deputy kilonser”, “Ministry of Lota” Thupuvezo Keyho and “deputy kilonser” NSCN/GPRN Vedata sid the meeting held at Suruhuto designated camp on June 30 was attended by over 20 members representing both the civil and military authority of Chakesang region. The members at the meeting appealed to Chakesang people and Nagas to stand firm and not to be misled by recent developments within Khehoi campers.
ASU to verify non- local registration
DIMAPUR: Angami Students Union (ASU) would be starting the first phase of non-local verification from July 5 to 20 at ASU office below AIR station, Kohima. Non-locals residing in Kohima district have been directed to report at its office with valid ILP, two passport size photo, service ID cards and other documents. Government servants are exempted from the exercise.
ASU further expressed dismay that despite the implementation of Bengal East Frontier Regulation Act 1873, the administration had fared poorly in tackling the menace of immigration. ASU urged the administration to take serious note of such lapses and take appropriate measures for which ASU said it would render its support to the administration. ASU requested the general public to be aware of the illegal immigration issue and support in the greater cause for preservation traditional and cultural ethnicity.
Dimapur Club meeting on July 16: As per several resolutions and the final decision adopted at the special general meeting of the Dimapur Club on the June 4, and ratified at the June 18 meeting, separate letters have been issued on June 25, to those whose names are available in the club but who have yet to respond to requests to pay an amount of Rs.5000 as fee for the current year 2011-12 if they desire to continue membership with the Club. The amount may be paid in cash/cheque/DD in favour of president, Dimapur club on or before July 10. The club also decided that no request whatsoever will be entertained after expiry of the July 10 deadline. Further, current members including those who would have renewed their membership by July 10 are invited to the Club general meeting to be held in the Club premises on July 16 at 4pm.
Bus fare hiked by 25 per cent : In view of the rise in fuel prices, the All Nagaland Private Bus Union (ANPBU) has revised passengers fare to 25% above the government rate as per directive by the state transport department. The union in a press release issued by its president G. Kits Sema, vice president Ahoto Awomi and general secretary has informed all travel agencies to follow the prescribed rate which would come into effect from July 1.
DCCI office inauguration: Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industries (DCC&I) would be inaugurating its office at Ana Ki complex on July 3, 4:30 p.m with MLA and advisor sericulture and cooperation Azheto Zhimomi as the chief guest.
DPSU emergency meeting: Dimapur Phom Students’ Union (DPSU) has convened an emergency meeting on July 2, 10am at its treasurer’s residence. All office bearers have been requested to attend the meeting.
DSSU general meeting cum election: Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union has convened a general meeting cum election for the tenure 2011-2013 on July 2, 1pm at science centre super market Dimapur. All candidates, representatives of various colleges, colony/sectors, former DSSU member, advisors, senior leaders and Sumi Council Dimapur have been requested to attend the meeting.
WSSU emergency joint meeting: Western Sumi Students’ Union (WSSU) has convened an emergency joint meeting with advisory board and ex-presidents of WSSU on July 1, 3pm at its office at Thahekhu. All executive, advisors and ex-presidents have been requested to attend the meeting.
DSSU nomination form: Nomination forms for the election of office bearers to Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU) for the tenure 2011-12 would be issued on July 1 from 1pm to 4pm at its banker’s residence, Notun Bosti, Dimapur. The last date for submission is July 2 till 10am. Informing this in a press release Ihoto Awomi, election commissioner DSSU has notified all candidates to submit their nominations within the stipulated time, failing which their forms shall not be entertained.
Support to Gen Khole and Kitovi: GPRN NSCN Union Territory-1 conducted an emergency meeting on June 30 at designated camp Khehoyi attended by 387 staff “national” workers of union territory-1. The members present at the meeting declared to support “Gen” Khole Konyak chairman and “Ato Kilonser” Kitovi Zhimo. GPRN NSCN union territory-1 and has appealed other regional “national” workers of GPRN/NSCN to support “without doubt”.