Nagaland will convene a specific Meeting session on December 20 to debate the Naga political grief and would possibly well well possibly also pass a resolution to repeal AFSPA.
Placards and dusky flag put up at venue of Hornbill festival in team spirit with the civilian killings in Mon district. (Photograph: PTI/File)
In the aftermath of the killing of 14 civilians in a firing incident in Nagaland’s Mon district on December 4, the train authorities on Friday made up our minds to convene a specific Meeting session on December 20 to debate the Naga political grief and is seemingly to pass a resolution to repeal the Armed Forces (Particular Energy) Act (AFSPA).
The resolution to place up the actual Meeting session became taken by the core committee in a assembly at Kohima chaired by chief minister Neiphiu Rio.
Nagaland Governor Jagdish Mukhi gave his assent to summon the 10th session of the 13th train legislative Meeting.
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“In exercise of the powers conferred by Clause (1) of Article 174 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Nagaland has summoned the Tenth Session of the Thirteenth Nagaland Legislative Meeting to meet at 9: 30 A.M. on Monday, the 20th December 2021, at 9: 30 A.M. within the Meeting Hall, Kohima,” an kindly witness read.
Following the Oting firing incident, the quiz for repealing the Armed Forces (Particular Energy) Act in north-eastern states has grown stronger.
Students’ outfit all around the north east were protesting to quiz a repeal of AFSPA. All Assam Students’ Union (AASU), All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU), Khasi Students’ Union (KSU), Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP), Garo Students’ Union (GSU), Naga Students’ Federation (NSF), Twipra Pupil Federation (TSF), and All Manipur Students’ Union (AMSU) organised agitation programmes within the repsective train capitals to jabber security forces’ actions.
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