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NSCN returns seized weapons

By Correspondent

DIMAPUR, April 25 � Bringing an end to the stalemate of the last few days, the NSCN-IM on Tuesday returned the seized arms and ammunition of the 29 Assam Rifles. The move came following a �mutual agreement� arrived at in a meeting held on Monday between the group and Ceasefire Monitoring Group (CFMG) chairman Maj Gen (Retd) N George at Chumukedima near here.

The arms and ammunition and other seized articles were handed over to the Police at Camp Hebron who in turn handed them over to the Assam Rifles after completion of necessary procedures at Manglumukh village, few kms away from the outfit�s headquarter.

The �handing and taking over� was done in the presence of CFMG member G Rengma, Colonel Rakesh Bhardwaj of 29 AR, CFMC convenor Vikiye Sumi and general secretary TT Among, member Karaiba Chawang, SP Dimapur Zekotso Mero, FNR convenor Rev Dr Wati Aier, ADC Dimapur Sedevikho Khro and SDPO K Khalo among others.

Talking to media persons later, CFMC convenor Vikiye Awomi said the agreement to return the seized weapons was arrived at in Monday�s meeting after the Government of India gave clearance to withdraw all military operations in the inter-Naga areas, and also keeping in mind the greater interest of maintaining peace in Naga homeland. He further said the AR will withdraw all barricades put up at Doyapur gate and Hazadisa village.

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NSCN returns seized weapons

DIMAPUR, April 25 � Bringing an end to the stalemate of the last few days, the NSCN-IM on Tuesday returned the seized arms and ammunition of the 29 Assam Rifles. The move came following a �mutual agreement� arrived at in a meeting held on Monday between the group and Ceasefire Monitoring Group (CFMG) chairman Maj Gen (Retd) N George at Chumukedima near here.

The arms and ammunition and other seized articles were handed over to the Police at Camp Hebron who in turn handed them over to the Assam Rifles after completion of necessary procedures at Manglumukh village, few kms away from the outfit�s headquarter.

The �handing and taking over� was done in the presence of CFMG member G Rengma, Colonel Rakesh Bhardwaj of 29 AR, CFMC convenor Vikiye Sumi and general secretary TT Among, member Karaiba Chawang, SP Dimapur Zekotso Mero, FNR convenor Rev Dr Wati Aier, ADC Dimapur Sedevikho Khro and SDPO K Khalo among others.

Talking to media persons later, CFMC convenor Vikiye Awomi said the agreement to return the seized weapons was arrived at in Monday�s meeting after the Government of India gave clearance to withdraw all military operations in the inter-Naga areas, and also keeping in mind the greater interest of maintaining peace in Naga homeland. He further said the AR will withdraw all barricades put up at Doyapur gate and Hazadisa village.

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