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Konyak community in Bangaluru seeks assistance

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/4/2020 9:52:29 AM IST

Members of Konyak community in Bengaluru have requested assistance from DC Mon through Konyak Union (KU), in order to reach out to distressed Konyaks. 

In a press release received from senior members of Konyak community of Bengaluru, it stated that there were little more than 500 stranded Konyaks residing in Bengaluru, most of whom were working in restaurants and retails and only few in IT sectors. 
It stated that many were in dilemma and found it difficult to survive with the nationwide lock down, rendering most of them out of jobs. In this case, it stated that the community has seek help from deputy commissioner of Mon, through KU, but to no avail. 
It however mentioned that somehow Naga Task Force came to its rescue and distributed basic items, however which couldn’t reached out to all. Hence, senior members of Konyaks, collected some amount which could reach out to more stranded people. 
It further extended appreciations to president, NEWAK Akho Resu, BJP spokesperson, Ngampa Konyak and senior members of Konyak community, for their contributions. 

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