REGION Briefs

Joint Registrar of Cooperative Societies informs

Dimapur, April 11 (MExN):
The cooperative societies under Dimapur district who had applied for revival Package (Special audit) are directed to report to the Joint Registrar of Cooperative Societies (ARCS) Dimapur with a photo copy of "Bye-Laws", registration certificate and chairman & Secretary seal on or before April 16 without fail. This has been informed in a press note issued by Joint Registrar of Cooperative Societies (ARCS) Dimapur.

Dimapur DEO informs

Dimapur, April 11 (MExN):
The District Education Officer (DEO) Dimapur has informed in a press note that the oral interview for the post of primary teachers and graduate teachers under Dimapur district will be held on April 14, 10:00 am at DC's conference hall. Qualified candidates are requested to be present with all original documents from HSLC and above with admit card at the timer of the interview.

NNC (Non –Accordist) flays 'Kimukam group'

Dimapur, April 11 (MExN):
The Naga National Council (NNC) Non –Accordist has stated that it condemns the newly formed “Shri Kimukam group” for “creating division and misunderstanding among the Naga people by giving false statement. “...saying up to the extent that working president ‘gen’ retd I Panger Walling as self style leader where as he was elected on full people mandate also he had served to Nagas in many capacities in the past, in addition we also resent the press statement threatening gen secy V Nagi by the same newly formed group,” stated a rejoinder issued by its members of information and publicity wing - Perry Hau and Yevishe Ayemi. Concerning the issue, NNC (Non –Accordist) has appealed the “peace loving Nagas” to jointly condemned such group who are trying to disturb the process of Naga reconciliation.

Jain community to take religious procession on April 16

Dimapur, April 11 (MExN):
Digamber Jain Samaj, Dimapur has been permitted to organize religious procession on April 16 from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm on the occasion of Shree Mahaveer Jayanti. The Superintendent of police, Dimapur in a press note has informed that the procession shall take following routes – starting from Jain Temple Road to GS Road via Mahavir Rice Mill Road to MP Road to Nyamo Lotha Road to GS Road via SBI Police Point junction to Kalibari Road and back to Jain Temple. However, the organizer has been directed to ensure that smooth flow of traffic along the route is not disturbed during the procession, the note added.

NNC suspended members to be terminated from national service

Dimapur, April 11 (MExN):
The Naga National Council (NNC) has resolved to terminate the suspended members from NNC National Service. Stating that the action as “taken in the interest of the NNC and the Naga Nation”. The information and publicity wing of NNC in a press note stated that since the suspended members of NNC did not attend the NNC Meeting on April 9 in Lotha Region at Lotha Tribal Council Hall as requested personally by the Working President NNC.  “The House thoroughly deliberated on the matter of misused of fund, created division in the NNC Set up, condemnation of rightful Leaderships of NNC without any basis, wrongful claimed of Leadership, sowing seed of jealousy, hatred spreading false propaganda, going all out against the legitimate and rightful NNC the Parent Body of the Nagas and misleading the people in particular by these suspended members, the House resolved to drop namely Kiumukam Yimchungru, Kumcho Yimchungru, Yanchumong Chang, Paul Anar, Ghosiiho Sumi and Hamping Zeliang from NNC National Service because of their nefarious activity against the rightful and majority Body of NNC,” it stated in the press note.