CM Rio urges Advocate General to intervene on 45 Naga youth detained in Punjab

BY | Sunday, 23 June, 2024

The Chief Minister of Nagaland Neiphiu Rio discussed the issue of detention of 45 Naga youth in the Mohali Jail, Punjab with Advocate General, Nagaland, K.N. Balgopal, at New Delhi on June 22, informed a DIPR report.

The Chief Minister directed the Advocate General to personally intervene in the case and asked him to depute his team to take urgent necessary actions for the release of the innocent Naga youths who are falsely implicated in this case.

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Rio also directed the Resident Commissioner in-charge of Nagaland House, New Delhi to be in touch with the families of the innocent Naga youth and extend all necessary help required for them.

The parents/relatives of the Naga youth have been requested to contact the Government of Nagaland to provide all information and cooperation for getting these innocent Naga Youths released.

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