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Peace rally in Assam-Nagaland border

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KOHIMA, Sept 14 � A peace rally along the Nagaland-Assam border area expressed resentment over resettlement of Adivasi people in Wokha district of Nagaland.

The rally was organised by tribal oprganisations of the area under the aegis of Ralan Area Lotha Hoho (RALH) in Tongtongo Lanrhyu, Old Ralan yesterday to draw the attention of all State and civil stakeholders to the resettlement of Adivasi people in the Assam-Nagaland border.

The resettlement of illegal settlers comes in the aftermath of the Assam-Nagaland border row.

The rally was also organised to press for immediate withdrawal of all Assam police post at the B-C sector of the border under Ralan area within 48-hours.

Insisting immediate flush out of Maoists, who are allegedly operating or taking shelter under the banner of the so-called All Adivasi National Liberation Army (AANLA), the Naga organisation demanded deployment of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) or Indian Reserve Battalion in displaced Lotha Naga villages like Wochan, Tchuujanphen, S Wochan and Yanlum.

�The border issue is not an individual issue of Lothas but it is an issue of whole Nagas�, said Central Naga Tribal Council (CNTC) president H Yeptho, while lamenting that the State Government has not done anything even after eight agreements that has been signed between Nagaland and Assam since 1972. � PTI

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Peace rally in Assam-Nagaland border

KOHIMA, Sept 14 � A peace rally along the Nagaland-Assam border area expressed resentment over resettlement of Adivasi people in Wokha district of Nagaland.

The rally was organised by tribal oprganisations of the area under the aegis of Ralan Area Lotha Hoho (RALH) in Tongtongo Lanrhyu, Old Ralan yesterday to draw the attention of all State and civil stakeholders to the resettlement of Adivasi people in the Assam-Nagaland border.

The resettlement of illegal settlers comes in the aftermath of the Assam-Nagaland border row.

The rally was also organised to press for immediate withdrawal of all Assam police post at the B-C sector of the border under Ralan area within 48-hours.

Insisting immediate flush out of Maoists, who are allegedly operating or taking shelter under the banner of the so-called All Adivasi National Liberation Army (AANLA), the Naga organisation demanded deployment of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) or Indian Reserve Battalion in displaced Lotha Naga villages like Wochan, Tchuujanphen, S Wochan and Yanlum.

�The border issue is not an individual issue of Lothas but it is an issue of whole Nagas�, said Central Naga Tribal Council (CNTC) president H Yeptho, while lamenting that the State Government has not done anything even after eight agreements that has been signed between Nagaland and Assam since 1972. � PTI