Govt. sets up comm. to resolve Khehoi village issue
Dimapur, Nov. 1 (EMN): The government has set up a committee to decide on the land dispute between a village in Dimapur and another in Peren district, updates from the DIPR on Thursday stated.
The Home department issued a notification stating a Cabinet meeting that was said to have been held on October 30. The Cabinet deliberated the issue of recognition of Khehoi village in Dimapur district and the complaint lodged by Lamhai Village Council on the matter; and an ultimatum issued by the Working Co-ordination Committee on Zeliangrong Land Issue, the DIPR stated.
The “dire necessity for resolving the matter of inter-district boundary between Peren and Dimapur was also discussed and decided to constitute a committee to take up the above issues…” the DIPR note stated. It listed the committee’s members: the commissioner for Nagaland as chairman; secretary for Land Revenue as member-secretary; and the deputy commissioners of Dimapur and Peren as members.
The committee is to physically verify the demarcation of the village boundaries between the two villages i.e., Khehoi and Lamhai village, and to submit a report to the Home department within three months, for the government to take a decision.
The committee will examine and make an on-the-spot verification of the inter-district boundaries between Dimapur and Peren and submit a report to the Home department within six months.
“The committee may also hear and obtain the views/opinions of various tribal bodies concerned,” the DIPR added.