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Anti-tax group supports non-cooperation

By Correspondent

DIMAPUR, May 2 � The anti-tax group in Nagaland has extended support to the �non-cooperation� resolution of Angami youth against armed NSCN (K).

In a press release, the Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) Nagaland has strongly supported the �non-cooperation� resolution of the Angami Youth Organisation against the armed group NSCN-K and has appealed to the Nagas of Kohima to impose similar �non-cooperation� on other underground factions as well.

�Any sort of compliance with the tax demands, irrespective of A, B, C, D factions will only serve their greed and nothing else,� stated the ACAUT.

Lauding the initiative of all 19 wards and colonies in Kohima to fight anti-social activities in unity, the ACAUT said such united effort would send out a strong message to the factions, particularly NSCN-K, that the Naga public will not be cowed down anymore.

ACAUT also lauded the deputy commissioner of Kohima for mobilising citizens to keep vigil and initiate community policing. The ACAUT hoped the deputy commissioners in other districts would replicate the measures.

The organization also termed the firing incidents and attack on Assam Rifles personnel in Kohima town on March 26 and April 25 as �uncalled for�.

Stating that in the era of heightened consciousness there is no room for violence, the ACAUT referred to the recent Scottish referendum and said nationalism should not entail sentencing people to undue hardships on account of conflict.

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Anti-tax group supports non-cooperation

DIMAPUR, May 2 � The anti-tax group in Nagaland has extended support to the �non-cooperation� resolution of Angami youth against armed NSCN (K).

In a press release, the Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) Nagaland has strongly supported the �non-cooperation� resolution of the Angami Youth Organisation against the armed group NSCN-K and has appealed to the Nagas of Kohima to impose similar �non-cooperation� on other underground factions as well.

�Any sort of compliance with the tax demands, irrespective of A, B, C, D factions will only serve their greed and nothing else,� stated the ACAUT.

Lauding the initiative of all 19 wards and colonies in Kohima to fight anti-social activities in unity, the ACAUT said such united effort would send out a strong message to the factions, particularly NSCN-K, that the Naga public will not be cowed down anymore.

ACAUT also lauded the deputy commissioner of Kohima for mobilising citizens to keep vigil and initiate community policing. The ACAUT hoped the deputy commissioners in other districts would replicate the measures.

The organization also termed the firing incidents and attack on Assam Rifles personnel in Kohima town on March 26 and April 25 as �uncalled for�.

Stating that in the era of heightened consciousness there is no room for violence, the ACAUT referred to the recent Scottish referendum and said nationalism should not entail sentencing people to undue hardships on account of conflict.