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JCC lifts bandh after Zeliang resignation

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Kohima, Feb 20: In light of the official confirmation of the Chief Minister’s resignation, the Joint Co-ordination Committee (JCC) has called for partial lifting of the bandh in Dimapur.
A press note informed that all businesses, central offices, schools and colleges, banks etc will be exempted from the bandh. However the bandh will continue for state government offices and state government vehicles. The JCC has also cautioned the Nagaland government against any action on any of the government employees who have responded to the clarion call by their respective tribal bodies, to support the people’s movement. The JCC also rejected the one man Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC) set up by the government to look into the January 31 incident in Dimapur. It demanded that the judicial inquiry commission should be head by three persons, with one person from an NGO selected by JCC. Meanwhile, the Nagaland Tribes Action Committee (NTAC) has informed that the bandh on government offices and movement of government vehicles will continue till further information. In this connection, it asked tribe hohos in their respective districts to employ their volunteers in ensuring the enforcement of bandh on movement of government vehicles and closure of government offices.

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