NTUCT reaffirms to implement 10-point resolution on IBIs

DIMAPUR, JUL 1 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/1/2019 11:15:29 AM IST

Naga Tribal Union Chümoukedima Town (NTUCT) has strongly reaffirmed to implement the 10-point resolution adopted at a public rally in 2017 against influx of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants (IBIs) and their misdeeds against Nagas. 

At an executive council meeting held at CTC Hall on June 28, the union resolved to implement them in letter and spirit.

Further, the meeting resolved to request the State government to start functioning of the district administration from new district headquarters complex with proper infrastructure in and around Chümoukedima town for the sake of smooth and effective functioning.

While also approving the ongoing prohibition of illegal Indian made foreign liquor (IMFL) and banned substances by NTUCT, the House resolved to maintain consistency in its fight against social evils and menaces with more concerted efforts and vigour.

In pursuance of the State government’s declaration of Nagaland as “Dry State”, NTUCT declared that it reserved the right to stop and frisk any vehicle suspected of ferrying banned liquor and substances within its jurisdiction. 

Asking syndicate operators to stop their nefarious trade, the union pointed out that it was the unanimous view of its all members that any national worker, no matter how big and powerful, or police official found running such a racket in connivance with bootleggers would be exposed.

Meanwhile, resolving to form a committee for procurement of a new site for Naga Cemetery as the present site was almost filled, the meeting authorised the committee to select a suitable site, negotiate price and also find out ways and means to avail financial assistance.

The union also resolved to have a consultative meeting with leaders of Muslim community as well as the office-bearers of Chümoukedima Chamber of Commerce & Trade Association (CCCTA) on issues of common interest.

This was stated in a press release by NTUCT joint secretary Akato Sumi.



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