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Padum Pukhuri GBs dismiss head GBship claim

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/27/2021 12:31:54 PM IST

Dismissing the claim of Kahuto Awomi that he was still serving as head GB Padumpukhuri village, the GBs of Padum Pukhuri village have clarified that Kakuho was no more GB at Padum Pukhuri village. In a joint statement, GBs of Padum Pukhuri village stated that he was relieved of his GBship as per the recommendation of Sumi community Padum Pukhuri and his removal was resolved by the village council meeting dated November 2, 2020.

Recently, Kakuho, while denying his involvement in alleged March 20 assault incident at Purana Bazar ‘B’ village, claimed that he was appointed as “Head G.B. of Padumpukhuri Village” vide Order No. GEN-1/2009-D/12857-60 on March 30, 2010 and was still serving as head GB Padumpukhuri Village.

However, GBs of Padum Pukhuri village, clarified that Kakuho was appointed as GB against the vacated post by late Honivi Sema head GB in 2010 on the recommendation of Sumi community and as forwarded by the village council. They said there could be “typographical error in his appointment order copy otherwise the government never appoints any individual as head GB as it is prerogative of the village authority to choose/select their head GB.”

Further, the signatories said that Padum pukhuri village council meeting dated June 14, 2014 selected Dhanpati Mech as head GB on seniority basis by resolution and he continues till date wherein. They said Kakuho was very much present in that meeting and one of the signatories.

Therefore, the signatories said they “outrightly condemn his self-claim as head GB rather advise him not to make such cheap publicity.” The signatories include head GB Dhanpati Mech, GB Soremo Lotha, GB Kikhu Semy, GB Imna Aier, GB Shiuto Tikhiri, GB Noken Longkumer and GB Vihokhu Swu.

 

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