Purpose served, CCNCS dissolved
Source: The Sangai Express / Newmai News Network

Dimapur, July 04, 2010: Coordination Committee of Naga Civil Societies (CCNCS) has been dissolved. The Naga frontal organisations including the Naga Hoho, the United Naga Council (UNC) and many others formed the CCNS in the wake of the recent impasse pertaining to Nagaland and Manipur social unrest.

A meeting of the Coordination Committee of Naga Civil Society (CCNCS) was held at Kohima on July 3 to review and report-back to its constituent civil society organisations and to examine, whether the continuation of the Committee is required or not.

On analyzing the circumstances under which the Committee was formed and the subsequent interventions it has made to restore normalcy in the back-drop of the May 6 Mao-Gate incident and the social unrest thereafter, the members present felt convinced and satisfied that it has "served the purpose for what it was formed".

"Therefore, the CCNCS would like to say that this Committee stands dissolved with effect from July 4, 2010," annouced the CCNS.

In the meantime, the CCNS said that it would like to take this opportunity to inform the Naga public and all concerned well wishers and others too, some of the activities it has undertaken and to say that, not a day has passed without one thing or the other happening at every stage of the last 54 days of the "CCNCS in the service of our people in distress" and to thank every individual, sections of people and organizations for enabling us to carry out our responsibilities with support and co-operation.

"We also seek apologies if we have hurt the sentiments of any people or organizations while discharging our duties with the best of intentions and as necessitated by circumstances of prevailing situations which were beyond our control," it added.