Dimapur, September 3: The Government of Nagaland has issued high alert across the State fearing possible influx of illegal immigrants into the State after the declaration of the final list of NRC in Assam.
In an order issued as a “preventive measure” against possible influx of illegal immigrants, Principal Secretary to Government of Nagaland stated that all entry points/check gates manned by the police should be suitably strengthened to prevent any possible influx of illegal immigrants and mobile patrolling in vulnerable locations should be activated in the respective jurisdiction.
Non-locals entering the State should not be allowed without the valid pass issued by district administration and any unusual influx of outsiders without valid pass should be promptly brought to the knowledge of the district administration.
All the village/town/municipal authorities have been asked to take measures to strictly monitor the influx of people from outside the state in violation of the existing rules/norms.
The antecedents of any new incoming tenants should be properly checked and verified by the district administration and police, the order stated.
The district administration and police have been asked to strictly monitor the regulation of ILP, especially along the border areas. (Page News Service)
DyCM to hold meet on NRC, ILP in Dimapur today
Dimapur, September 3: Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton will have a meeting with chairmen and GBs of wards/villages of Dimapur Sadar and neighbouring villages on September 4 in the Dimapur DC’s conference hall at 11 am to discuss matter relating to National Register of Citizen (NRC) and implementation of Inner Line Permit (ILP).
Nagaland Chief Secretary and other senior officers will also attend the meeting.
Informing this, DC Dimapur, Kevekha Kevin Zehol has informed all concerned to attend the meeting. (Page News Service)