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JDO President denounce allegations level by Aming Shyla

by Md Mahin Laskar
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IT Correspondent
Jiribam, Jan.14:

The President of Jiri Development Organisation (JDO) N. Sadananda Meetei denounced the allegations of physical harassment level by Aming Shyla, Chairman Khedagar Khasi Village.
Speaking to media persons at the office premises of JDO, Jiribam, N. Sadananda said a team of JDO and other CSOs volunteers of Jiribam visited the Nunkhal village which falls under Jiribam Revenue District and there are no such incidents of physical harassment and threatened Aming Shyla.
He added, after the JDO had received a complaint from Nunkhal villagers about the illegal land encroachment, On January 7 the JDO and other CSOs volunteers of Jiribam went to the residence of Salan Khasia, Chairman of Kamaranga khashi village before they proceeded to Nunkhal village.
The Chairman of Kamaranga khashi village himself called Aming Shyla at his residence and after good deliberation and discussion regarding the land dispute, they together proceeded to Nunkhal village, Sadananda added.
Maintaining Sadananda said the matter was amicably settled in presence of Aming Shyla and other localities of Nunkhal village. The present people at the spot are evidence of it.
There was no such force or unlawful activities happened. The Tamenglong dwellers who were unconsciously trying to settle were also vacated from the place after they had considered the matter discussed with JDO and other CSOs volunteers of Jiribam.
However, the Khedagar Khasi Village Chairman Aming Shyla later raised allegations of physical harassment & threatened him which published in some of newspapers of Manipur is baseless and false claims which seems to disturbed the peace and harmony of two neighbouring districts.
Sadananda urged Aming Shyla to stop such vested interest allegations as well as appealed to the district administration of Jiribam and Tamenglong district to justify the matter and to bring amicable solution to district boundary dispute as earliest.

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