Chümoukedima Village Council (CVC) on Wednesday informed that the candidates for Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) polls have “promised to withdraw their nomination papers by signing an undertaking bond” with the council and 16 tribal unit leaders as witness.
Informing this in a press note, CVC chairman Razouvotuo Chatsu said the village council and all the 16 tribal units, GBs under Chümoukedima town have expressed profound gratitude to all the candidates.
All the candidates, irrespective of party affiliations or tribe, on their own understanding and knowledge, have apologized for going against the public interest, by violating the January 2, 2017 joint resolution of CVC and 16 tribal units, the council stated.
“The candidates have clearly stated and promised to withdraw their nominations and that in the failure to do so, he/she shall be held responsible for any action taken against those defaulters”, CVC said.
Further, CVC has expressed appreciation to all tribal unit leaders and volunteers of Chümoukedima, APO, AYO, CPO, CYO, CSU, CGBU, CTYO, CVYS, NCYD and all neighbouring villages for extending all support and making the boycott call a grand sucess.