Sunday, September 25, 2022

JCCV to discuss ‘further course of action’

Close to three weeks after suspending the proposed sit-in demonstration, the Joint Co-ordination Committee of Villages (JCCV) for Dimapur district Saturday convened a meeting to discuss “further course of action against the arbitrary merger” of some fifty villages under Dhansiripar sub-division and Urra area with the newly created district of Chumoukedima.
In a press release, JCCV convenor LK Swu and co-convenor Tsithrongshe Sangtam stated that the meeting would be held at Dhansiripar village community hall at 10am on April 25, 2022 and requested all GB/chairman of the villages under JCCV to attend the crucial meeting.
Despite setting up a committee and meeting the aggrieved party, JVCC said “there has not been any outcome as yet to resolve the issue.”
The committee said that sufficient time has been given to the government to come up with the solution, but there has been a complete silence on the issue.
Appreciating the state government and civil society groups for their untiring efforts to facilitate Naga political solution, JCCV, however, said that its demand should not be overlooked on the pretext of attending to the priority of Naga political issue.