Dimapur: A day after violence erupted in the Peren-Chumoukedima district border over land dispute, Nagaland Deputy Chief Minister and Home Minister Y Patton accompanied by the Home Commissioner, the Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) (Adm.), the ADGP (Law and Order), the IGP(Range), the IGP (IR), the Commissioner of Police Dimapur, the DC of Peren, the DCP of Chumoukedima, and the SP of Peren visited Lamhainamdi incident site to take stock of the unfortunate sequence of events that erupted on Monday.
Patton appealed to all concerned to maintain peace, refrain from any act that might escalate the situation further, and urged everyone to adhere to the status quo order of the government.
Patton mentioned that the government has requested the CNTC and the TPO leaders to have proper discussions with the parties concerned for maintaining peace and for helping resolve the issue amicably.
Patton also lauded the district administration and police for their timely and tactful intervention and for exercising utmost restraint which helped bring the situation under control and said sufficient police forces have been deployed in the area to maintain law and order.
Limasunep, IPS, IGP (Range) gave a briefing about the incidents that took place on November 7, 2022 at Lamhainamdi. The Home Commissioner and ADGP (Admin) also spoke about the incident.
It can be mentioned here that precautionary measures have been taken by way of passing prohibitory order under Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) to ensure that public peace and tranquility is maintained,” an order of the administration said.
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