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Coordination meetings held on May 25 ambush

Coordination meetings held on May 25 ambush
District administration, village leaders, village guards and others after the meeting.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/25/2019 11:59:53 AM IST

Coordination meetings, comprising of civil administration, AR personnel, police, Nagaland Village Guards (NVG), village councils, dobashi, GB’s and NGO’s, under Tobu and Mopong range was held at Tobu, Monyakshu and Mopong towns, on June 21, 22 and 23 respectively. 

A press release from president KU, S.A. Ngamlao, stated that the meeting was conducted to review and discuss regarding the prevalent situation related to incident occurred on May 25, 2019 at Thanyak. 

In the consecutive meetings, representative from GB Association, Mopong range, MHSU, Konyak Union branch of Tobu and Mopong voiced out their demands to vindicate occurrence of violence in its soil. They also raised concern over delay of posting EAC at Mopong for administrative control, and that administrative officers should be stationed at their respective posting place as it was difficult to handle situation during such issues because of the distance from the district HQ. 

The representatives also pointed out the need for up gradating full-fledged SDPO at Tobu, increase strength of police personnel, establishment of Monyakshu outpost, setting up of Addl. Magistrate and need for full-fledged platoon of IRB at Mopong, Tobu and Monyakshu until situation is normalised.  

During the meeting, advisor, DUDA, N.Bongkhao Konyak, requested both public leaders and AR personnel to ensure no harassment in any form was inflicted to innocent public. Prior to carrying out any operation in civilian area, security personnel should intimate civil administration, police and NVG and take NVG or police personnel along with them. 

Except under inevitable situation, public should not be restricted to go to their fields as 90% of population depend on agriculture to sustain life. Advisor DUDA further called for maintaining cordial relation among security personnel, civil administrators, police and village guards for common good, the release stated.

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