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Nagaland CNTC supports JCC on ULB issue

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Kohima | Sunday, Aug 13 2017 IST
 
The Central Nagaland Tribes Council (CNTC) has reaffirmed to stand by the demands of the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) in regards to the Nagaland Municipal Act and ULB issue.According to press statement issued by the CNTC media cell, a three-point resolution on Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) issue was adopted on August 5 during the joint meeting of three Dimapur based federating units, Ao Senso Telongjem of Dimapur, Lotha Hoho of Dimapur and Western Sumi Hoho at the Lotha Hoho Ki (house) in Dimapur. The meeting re-endorsed the JCC members from CNTC to pursue the pending demands on ULB issue till it is fulfilled, while also keeping focus on the original JCC demands without any political agendas or involvement in it. The CNTC resolved to support JCC's demand for revocation of November 24, 2016 Assembly resolution on ULB issue, early amendment of the contentious Municipal Act 2001 and demand for the Joint Inquiry Committee (JIC) report from the State Government within two months time.Meanwhile, the meeting also decided to allow JCC to hold prior consultations and proper coordination with the apex CNTC platform on any issue or matter involving the common interests, while pursuing the demands, the statement said. UNI AS RN 2042

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