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Medziphema youths ban ‘illegal immigrants’ in subdivision

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Dimapur, April 14 (EMN): A youth organisation in Medziphema subdivision, in Dimapur district, has declared that it will not allow illegal immigrants to reside in the area.
A general meeting of the Medziphema Town Youth Organisation (MTYO) was conducted on April 14 at Medziphema town. Youths from the area’s wards and colonies attended the meeting, the updates stated.
The organisation issued a press release on Monday informing about the meeting and a number of resolutions the group was stated to have taken during it.

The organisation stated in its first resolution that illegal immigrants would not be allowed to reside in Medziphema.
‘Illegal immigrants will not be allowed to reside in the jurisdiction of Medziphema town which is in reference to the resolution passed earlier in Sept. 2006,’ the group stated.

Another resolution the group took was that “no outsiders” would be allowed to “interfere or mediate” in the “internal affairs of the youths” that “pertain to Medziphema town.”

Further, the MTYO stated to check “liquor outlets, drug peddlers etc.,” in “accordance to its rules and regulations.” The organisation also assured to sternly deal with anyone “who create disturbances under the influence of intoxicants.”

During discussions in the meeting, the press release stated, “Many shared their views and opinions during the open discussion of agendas.” The organisation has requested youth leaders of the various wards to communicate and to implement the resolutions.

The organisation also appealed to the citizens of the area to cooperate and “sacrifice for the welfare of the town.”
Further, the organisation acknowledged the contribution of well-wishers who are said to have helped the youths throughout the years in various ways, the updates added.

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