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Lhisemia youths ban Bangladeshi nationals from business

By EMN Updated: Feb 12, 2015 11:30 pm

Dimapur, February 12

With the uproar against the growing population of Bangaldeshi nationals in Nagaland increasing, more and more organizations are slowly realizing the dangers the immigrants are posing to the socio-political and economic lives of the indigenous citizens. A youth organization in Kohima district has issued a notification on Thursday reminding every citizen that no Bangaldeshi immigrant would be allowed to operate any kind of business in the jurisdiction of the organization. Lhisemia Youth Organization (LYO) of Kohima village under Kohima district issued a press release on Thursday clamping a ban on all Bangladeshi national from operating any business in the area.
In the press release appealed by the organization’s president Kethosituo Mepfhüo, the LYO stated that “As per the standing order on restriction of Illegal Bangladeshi Immigrants operating in any form of business in L Khel jurisdiction, Kohima village, taxis and any commercial vehicles including truck, buses, etc., belonging to IBIs or driven by IBIs will not be allowed to ply in all L Khel areas (rural and urban) with immediate effect.”
The organization has cautioned that any vehicle owner / driver (IBIs) will be doing so at his own risk and that the LYO will penalize any defaulter (s) as per the existing provisions of the notice.

By EMN Updated: Feb 12, 2015 11:30:24 pm