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ZSUN, NSCN (IM) to work for Naga society

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NSCN (IM) directs shops to remain close on Sunday

Dimapur, Jan. 10 (EMN): Zeme Students’ Union Nagaland (ZSUN) and the NSCN (IM) have decided to work in cohesion for the betterment of Naga society.

The agreement to this effect was made in a meeting of ZSUN and NSCN (IM) following a news report which was published in certain section of the local daily wherein the former had expressed regret over its earlier statement. Authorities from the GPRN and ZSUN had also agreed to work cohesively and place the trust between them.

A ZSUN press release jointly issued by its president, Aakam, and the information secretary, Suirangbe, have confided confidence on GPRN government to act as guardian of peace in the region. They have also assured support from the students’ body to cooperation to the government in bringing about lasting peace and viable solution for the Nagas.

Realising that the presence of NSCN/GPRN is a necessity and in no way a treat to the local populace, ZSUN has expressed regret for the inconveniences caused to all concerned through its earlier statement.

Meanwhile, secretary of Union territory (UT), NSCN (IM), has informed all shops and other business establishment to remain close on Sunday within its jurisdiction ‘to mark the day as holy.’

A press release issued by the caretaker of central administrative officer has also warned the hotels and other guest houses to ‘stop deploying prostitutes or practicing immoral activities’ but rather support for the better society. It appealed various NGO and business communities within UT Dimapur to cooperate.

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