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Nagaland: CM Rio cautions against issuing ILP to illegal foreigners

First Published: 23rd September, 2022 7:03 IST

The issue of illegal foreigners was discussed at length on the 2nd and last day of the 12th session of the 13 Nagaland Legislative Assembly yesterday. Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu

The issue of illegal foreigners was discussed at length on the 2nd and last day of the 12th session of the 13 Nagaland Legislative Assembly yesterday.

Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio while cautioning Civil Bodies against authorising Inner Line Permit (ILP) certificates to illegal foreigners, emphasised the importance of fully enforcing the ILP in Dimapur and the two newly created districts of Nuiland and Chumukedima.

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The Chief Minister added that for the procedure of indigenous inhabitant registration in Nagaland, the Village Chairman has the authority to determine the native inhabitant subject to verification by the district administration. 

However, the misuse of authority is liable to punishment.

Meanwhile, NPF Legislature Party leader, Kuzholuzo Nienu, stated, the issue of illegal immigrants is a matter to be taken seriously and pointed out that Dimapur being the metropolitan district is becoming a centre for illegal foreigners and a threat to the Nagas.

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