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Chakma settlers served eviction notice in Mizoram

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AIZAWL, Jan 17 - Village council of Hortoki in northern Mizoram�s Kolasib district has served an eviction notice to six families who have allegedly illegally settled on the banks of Tlawng river. They have been given time till the end of February to vacate the area.

The village council authority on Friday verified that six Chakma families have settled on the banks of Tlawng river within the jurisdiction of Hortoki village council.

The village council president said the families live in makeshift houses in two locations, two families at one location and another four at another location. The six families have around 25 members, including minors.

He said the families had moved from Baichora, Assam. �We have come to learn that they have lived in this area illegally since last year,� he said, adding that they have informed the authority about these illegal settlers. The village council verified that these families are not citizens of Mizoram.

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Chakma settlers served eviction notice in Mizoram

AIZAWL, Jan 17 - Village council of Hortoki in northern Mizoram�s Kolasib district has served an eviction notice to six families who have allegedly illegally settled on the banks of Tlawng river. They have been given time till the end of February to vacate the area.

The village council authority on Friday verified that six Chakma families have settled on the banks of Tlawng river within the jurisdiction of Hortoki village council.

The village council president said the families live in makeshift houses in two locations, two families at one location and another four at another location. The six families have around 25 members, including minors.

He said the families had moved from Baichora, Assam. �We have come to learn that they have lived in this area illegally since last year,� he said, adding that they have informed the authority about these illegal settlers. The village council verified that these families are not citizens of Mizoram.