GPRN/NSCN begins 1st phase ID-drive on non-locals

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  1. cloud_9

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    GPRN/NSCN through its kilo ministry, in co-ordination with UT I and other regional authorities, has begun the first phase of identification (ID) drive for all non-Nagas above the age of fifteen in Nagaland.

    GPRN/NSCN MIP Wednesday day stated that the drive followed a decision taken after a meeting of GBs and council chairmen of villages, colonies, wards and khels of Dimapur on October 2nd October at Khehoi designated camp and the meeting of all non-Naga community leaders at Hotel Saramati on October 28.

    It may be mentioned that GPRN/NSCN has exempted Indian Paramilitary forces and government job holders from the drive.

    MIP has also reiterated that the main objective of the drive was to control the “influx or non-locals into Nagaland, particularly the illegal immigrants from Bangladesh” as there were increased in the incidents of crimes committed against Nagas by non-locals.

    All non-Nagas above the age of fifteen were required to report to GPRN/NSCN officials in-charge of colonies and wards before December 18, said MIP.

    GPRN/NSCN has sought left thumb impression, name, gender, permanent and temporary addresses of non-locals for the drive adding random checking would be conducted and left thumb impressions would be retaken to check that ID cards were not misused.

    Those without ID cards after the stipulated time wuld be penalized and non-Nagas who have been residing in Nagaland since 1962 were required to produce relevant documents for exemption, said MIP.

    GPRN/NSCN has requested district administration, law enforcing agencies, GBs and community elders to co-operate in the endeavour.

    @Tshering22 :taunt:
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