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Angami Public Organisation withdraws ultimatum to Mao Council

By EMN Updated: Mar 25, 2024 11:44 pm

DIMAPUR — The Angami Public Organisation (APO) on Monday issued a press release stating that it had withdrawn the ultimatum served to the Mao Council.

The announcement came following the APO’s visit and ground assessment at the disputed Kezoltsa/Kozürü/Kazing area with the Angami Youth Organisation (AYO).

In the press release, the APO stated that the Southern Angami Public Organisation (SAPO) rest house, which was demolished earlier, has been rebuilt by the Tenyimi Peoples’ Organisation (TPO) and stands unchanged as before.

The Manipur Police Outpost, which was set up in the disputed area, has also been relocated to an undisputed area.

“The Angami Public Organisation (APO) welcomes these transformative developments as timely and conducive for the parties involved to evolve together a solution that will be honourable, therefore workable and acceptable,” it added.

Taking note of the developments, it said that the TPO has been mandated to bring about the needed solution to the land dispute. It directed all bodies, organisations and individuals under the APO to immediately cease issuing any statements or rejoinders on the issue under discussion, stating that a moratorium is now called for.

“The understanding and cooperation of all is requested, so that the crucially needed trust-building process will be created wherein the actual search for the much-awaited solution may begin,” it added.

The APO went on to state that it would repose trust on the TPO to expedite the settlement process in a way that is acceptable and agreeable to all involved parties.

Also read: APO to visit disputed Kezoltsa site on March 21

By EMN Updated: Mar 25, 2024 11:44:38 pm
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