People demand for Inner Line Permit
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NAGALAND

Since BEFRA will be enforced, Nagas exempt from CAA: Nagaland CM

Govt of India has been kind enough that BEFRA 1873 will be enforced; we Nagas have been protected and exempt from CAA purview, says Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio

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Kohima: Informing that Union home minister Amit Shah has assured that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) will not affect the Nagas, Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio stressed on the need of proper use of Inner Line Permit in Nagaland.

“The Union home minister has assured that CAA will not affect the Nagas but our people should use the ILP carefully. Otherwise, the danger is our own people will misuse it. So it is the duty of the Government of Nagaland that the ILP is enforced properly. Otherwise, the danger is our own people will misuse it. So it is the duty of the Government of Nagaland that the ILP is enforced properly,” Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio said while addressing public meeting at Pfutseromi village.

Regarding the present CAA issue, Rio said that the government demanded the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation Act (BEFRA) 1873 should be enforced in Nagaland.

“The Government of India has been kind enough and agreed that the BEFRA 1873 will be enforced, and that we Nagas have been exempted and protected from CAA, including Sixth Schedule tribes of Northeast,” the chief minister added.

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