Dimapur, April 6: The Central Nagaland Students’ Association (CNSA) has expressed concern at the boundary dispute between Dimapur and Peren, creating uncertainty, instability and insecurity amongst the citizens.
A press release from the association on Monday stated that any person or persons involved in disturbing the peaceful atmosphere by destroying properties and causing loss of life must be booked at the earliest under the law of the land. It also urged the parties involved in the dispute to strictly implement the 2019 status quo in letter and in spirit.
Also, CNSA extended support to the call for implementation of RIIN commission report at the earliest to prevent the misuse of indigenous certificates and employment opportunities in the State by unscrupulous individuals.
(Page News Service)