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SH debars 2 members for 6 yrs

DIMAPUR, SEP 12 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/12/2019 10:22:32 AM IST

Sümi Hoho (SH), the apex body of the Sümi community, has debarred two of its members from all the social/religious organisations and activities of the community for a period of six years with immediate effect.

According to Media Cell of SH, the debarment of two of its members was in pursuance of the decision at the executive meeting on September 4, 2019 in Zunheboto which deliberated on the issue pertaining to those individuals who participated in the Naga Hoho meeting on August 28, 2019 in Dimapur against its clarion call to refrain from attending the meeting.

SH said it viewed their participation as a defilement to the endeavour and resolution of Sumi Hoho and also demeaned the dignity and prestige of the Sümi people.

In the light of its September 4 meeting, SH said it issued an ultimatum on HK Zhimomi and Toniho Sheqhi to resign from their respective posts in the Naga Hoho while other two members, who spoke at that meeting, were directed to tender written apologies within a period of seven days (on or before September 12, 2019). 

SH in its ultimatum also warned that failure to abide by its directive would invite debarment from participation in all social, religious organisations and any activities/functions of Sumi people for a period of 6 years.

SH said it acknowledged in good faith the written apologies tendered by the two who spoke at the NH meeting. 

However, SH said that HK Zhimomi and Toniho Sheqhi have failed to resign from their posts as office bearers of the Naga Hoho.

In the light of its ultimatum, SH said the two have been debarred from all the social/religious organisations and activities of the Sumi people for a period of six years with immediate effect.

In order to uphold the sanctity and dignity of the Sumi Hoho, the Hoho has directed all the Sumi social organisations not to engage the debarred persons in any social and religious activities for a period of six years.

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