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Nagaland bodies serve deadline to NSCN-IM

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DIMAPUR, May 6 � The Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organisation, its frontal student and women bodies, six tribal hohos and others have resolved to give a 48-hour deadline for the NSCN-IM to produce the Additional Secretary of Ceasefire Monitoring Cell, Joseph Lotha, and his accomplices before the law enforcing agency.

A Press statement said Lotha and others are wanted in connection with the assault case of Throngso Yimchunger, former Eastern Nagaland Students Federation speaker, and also for �challenging the leaders of Eastern Nagaland using abusive words against the frontal organisation of ENPO�.

A press note informed that the resolution was adopted during the ENPO central executive meeting held on May 4 at Japf� Hotel, Kohima. The three apex organisations of Eastern Nagaland have further stated that �own course of action� would be taken if the concerned authority fails to produce the culprits before the law enforcing agency within the timeframe.

It also reminded that the organisations have already submitted a representation to the Kilo Kilonser of the NSCN-IM asking for action to be taken against the culprits and the action taken report to be intimated to ENPO on or before May 4.

The release was jointly issued by ENPO president P Pongom, ENSF president Likhumse Sangtam and Eastern Nagaland Women Organisation president Menlei.

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Nagaland bodies serve deadline to NSCN-IM

DIMAPUR, May 6 � The Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organisation, its frontal student and women bodies, six tribal hohos and others have resolved to give a 48-hour deadline for the NSCN-IM to produce the Additional Secretary of Ceasefire Monitoring Cell, Joseph Lotha, and his accomplices before the law enforcing agency.

A Press statement said Lotha and others are wanted in connection with the assault case of Throngso Yimchunger, former Eastern Nagaland Students Federation speaker, and also for �challenging the leaders of Eastern Nagaland using abusive words against the frontal organisation of ENPO�.

A press note informed that the resolution was adopted during the ENPO central executive meeting held on May 4 at Japf� Hotel, Kohima. The three apex organisations of Eastern Nagaland have further stated that �own course of action� would be taken if the concerned authority fails to produce the culprits before the law enforcing agency within the timeframe.

It also reminded that the organisations have already submitted a representation to the Kilo Kilonser of the NSCN-IM asking for action to be taken against the culprits and the action taken report to be intimated to ENPO on or before May 4.

The release was jointly issued by ENPO president P Pongom, ENSF president Likhumse Sangtam and Eastern Nagaland Women Organisation president Menlei.

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