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Diphupar village against outside interference

DIMAPUR, AUG 29 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/29/2018 11:43:14 AM IST

Diphupar Communities Chairman Forum (DCCF), Diphupar Naga Youth Organisation (DNYO), Diphupar Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) and Diphupar Naga Women Organisation (DNWO) have appealed to the responsible individual, organisation, federation etc. to refrain from interfering in the affairs of their “domestic issue.” The above organisations were reacting to recent issue concerning alleged misuse of MGNRGEA fund meant for Diphupar village.

In a joint statement, DCCF, DNYO, DNSU and DNWO sought to clarify the fund misuse issue and said they have already decided to eradicate corruption and misuse of fund in the village and stand united to uphold their decision to any extent. Since the “restrained village council members” had no authority to call upon other organisations either from within the village or outside, they requested VCM/VDB/GB to refrain from such act hereafter.

According to Diphupar village bodies, all responsible members have already admitted their indulgence in misappropriation of village fund. Stating that siding with wrong doers was unlawful, they said as per Section 16(4) of Nagaland Village and Tribal Council Act 1978, all members were liable for disqualification.

The village bodies have, therefore, requested the government authority to resolve the case immediately for the interest of the people of Diphupar, saying “justice delayed is justice denied.”

DDGBA submits report to DC Dmu

Dimapur District GBs Association (DDGBA) has submitted to the deputy commissioner (DC) Dimapur a report of the fact finding committee on the alleged misuse of Rs.1,10,50,000 by 11 GBs of Diphupar and urged the DC to reconsider his recommendation to the commissioner Nagaland for termination of 11 GBs.

In the report, DDGBA president, Tokuho Suhoi Neho, and general secretary, Kennet Tsopoe, pointed out that a three-member fact finding committee was constituted by DDGBA on August 25, 2018 to examine the details of the issue.

 

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