Naga Students’ Federation Calls for Immediate Government Action on ILP Enforcement in Nagaland

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Dimapur: The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has issued a plea to the Government of Nagaland, urging swift action regarding the enforcement of the Inner Line Permit (ILP) system in the state. Expressing grave concerns over the suspension of ILP in Dimapur District (erstwhile), the NSF warned of the escalating threat posed by illegal immigration to Nagaland’s indigenous population.

In an official communication addressed to the Chief Secretary of the Government of Nagaland, the NSF underscored the historical significance of the ILP system, which has served as a vital mechanism for regulating tourist influx and safeguarding against illegal immigration for over a century. However, the NSF lamented the systemic failure in recent years, leading to a dilution of indigenous identity and culture.

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