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Naga Hoho stand on Rongmei tribe status

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DIMAPUR, Sept 29 - Following the disassociation of three Naga tribe hohos namely, Ao Senden, Sumi Hoho and Lotha Hoho, from it over the issue of grant of indigenous Naga tribe status to the Rongmei community by the Government of Nagaland, the Naga Hoho has appealed to them to reconsider their decision while clarifying its stand on the issue.

The federal assembly of Naga Hoho, held in Kohima yesterday, sought to make it clear that the Naga Hoho, on being approached by the Government of Nagaland for an opinion in the matter on July 25, 2008 , conveyed the unanimous and unambiguous views of its presidential council held on September 5, 2008, in favour of grant of indigenous inhabitant status to the Rongmei community as per the government notification dated April 28, 1977.

The Naga Hoho also stated that the State Government may exercise utmost care and deal with the matter in all seriousness. The Naga Hoho is of the view that the September 26, 2016 decision of the State Government, which is the only competent authority to take decisions in the matter of constituting a Cabinet sub-committee to study all aspects of the issue, is a welcome development.

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Naga Hoho stand on Rongmei tribe status

DIMAPUR, Sept 29 - Following the disassociation of three Naga tribe hohos namely, Ao Senden, Sumi Hoho and Lotha Hoho, from it over the issue of grant of indigenous Naga tribe status to the Rongmei community by the Government of Nagaland, the Naga Hoho has appealed to them to reconsider their decision while clarifying its stand on the issue.

The federal assembly of Naga Hoho, held in Kohima yesterday, sought to make it clear that the Naga Hoho, on being approached by the Government of Nagaland for an opinion in the matter on July 25, 2008 , conveyed the unanimous and unambiguous views of its presidential council held on September 5, 2008, in favour of grant of indigenous inhabitant status to the Rongmei community as per the government notification dated April 28, 1977.

The Naga Hoho also stated that the State Government may exercise utmost care and deal with the matter in all seriousness. The Naga Hoho is of the view that the September 26, 2016 decision of the State Government, which is the only competent authority to take decisions in the matter of constituting a Cabinet sub-committee to study all aspects of the issue, is a welcome development.

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