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DVC reacts to DCCF, DVFFAC

DIMAPUR, JAN 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/21/2020 11:39:03 AM IST

Diphupar Village Council (DVC) has accused Diphupar Community’s Chairmen Forum (DCCF) and Diphupar Village Fact Finding and Action Committee (DVFFAC) of trying to disinter the issue of alleged fund misappropriation, which it claimed was settled at the instance of then Dimapur deputy commissioner (DC).

In a statement, DVC chairman Ghuzui Shohe and secretary Asapu Thirah said they were amused to read the news that was published on January 21. The duo claimed that EAC Chumoukedima had forwarded the complaint submitted by DVFFAC to the DC. They said DVC had also apprised the DC with facts of the matter by submitting a letter related to the complaint. Mentioning that DVC considered the Dimapur district administration as repository of best wisdom in matters of governance in the district, they clarified that the issue raised by DVFFAC in its letter to the Chumoukedima EAC was now resting in the Dimapur DC office. “The matter therefore stands sub-diced in the good office of DC, Dimapur. As such, Diphupar Village Council refrains from writing much at this stage,” the statement added.

 

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