CGBU condemns firing incident of September 6

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/15/2019 10:20:34 AM IST

Chakhroma GBs’ Union (CGBU) has condemned the burning down of Lamhai Namdi village on September 6, stating that it was highly objectional when every Naga was whole heartedly craving for peace and brotherhood. A press release from CGBU president Thepfukedo Kuotsu and general secretary, Atso Gwizan stated that, there is no land in Nagaland which is without owner and Naga society, since the days of ancestors, was such that each community existed within its own territory or jurisdiction. In this regard, the CGBU stated that, government should understand that every piece of land in Nagaland has an owner and there is nothing called union territory or commonly owned land and be specific while demarcating the boundaries and giving recognition to villages. CGBU therefore urged the government to initiate all sincere efforts to look into the matter and clearly bring out a verdict basing on the history and all available records to put the matter to rest once and for all. The government should also set up and investigating team to bring out the identity of the persons responsible for the attack and firing incident.


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