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DIMAPUR, Sept 2 - Nagaland Government has decided to computerise the Inner Line Permit (ILP) System to check influx of illegal immigrants into the State, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio said.

He urged the owners of commercial buildings as well as employers to check the documents of outsiders before renting out their houses or employing them.

Addressing the 74th Khonoma R�ff�no village anniversary at Terhotsiese, Khonoma, 20 km from Kohima, on Saturday, Rio assured the support of the government to the student community and youth organisations in their efforts to check entry of illegal immigrants. He described illegal immigration as a menace and a threat to the progress of the State.

The Chief Minister urged the student bodies to protect the ILP system, stating that the government alone cannot maintain it unless everyone becomes a stakeholder.

Emphasising on the importance of unity among the Naga people, the Chief Minister felt that the Naga society is not moving or progressing much as unity and oneness among the Nagas is still missing.

He noted that there are divisive tendencies among the Nagas and said they would succeed in all aspects when they come out of the tiny shell of �individualism� and �tribalism� to �Nagaism.�

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Nagaland Government to computerise ILP system

DIMAPUR, Sept 2 - Nagaland Government has decided to computerise the Inner Line Permit (ILP) System to check influx of illegal immigrants into the State, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio said.

He urged the owners of commercial buildings as well as employers to check the documents of outsiders before renting out their houses or employing them.

Addressing the 74th Khonoma R�ff�no village anniversary at Terhotsiese, Khonoma, 20 km from Kohima, on Saturday, Rio assured the support of the government to the student community and youth organisations in their efforts to check entry of illegal immigrants. He described illegal immigration as a menace and a threat to the progress of the State.

The Chief Minister urged the student bodies to protect the ILP system, stating that the government alone cannot maintain it unless everyone becomes a stakeholder.

Emphasising on the importance of unity among the Naga people, the Chief Minister felt that the Naga society is not moving or progressing much as unity and oneness among the Nagas is still missing.

He noted that there are divisive tendencies among the Nagas and said they would succeed in all aspects when they come out of the tiny shell of �individualism� and �tribalism� to �Nagaism.�

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