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Central emissaries in Nagaland to end tension

A Correspondent Kohima, May 12, 2010: The Central Government's interlocutor R.S. Pandey and the Union Home Secretary G.K. Pillai visited Kohima with the mission to defuse the prevailing tense situation at the Nagaland Manipur border. On arrival from Imphal, they called on the Governor at Raj Bhavan and interacted with the representatives of the Naga Hoho and the NPMHR led by Naga Hoho President Kevileto Kiewhuo. The two key personalities of Centrals Government dealing with the Naga Political affairs called on the Chief Minister of Nagaland, Neiphiu Rio and his Cabinet colleagues at the Residential Office of the Chief Minister. Later, they together paid a visit to Kisama where the displaced Mao villagers have camped and met NSCN (I-M) Chief Th. Muivah at Viswema village. Meanwhile Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, Beiu Angami has acknowledged and expressed gratitude to various Organizations, Churches, groups and individuals for making contributions and donations in cash and kind as relief for the displaced persons of Mao community presently camped at Naga Heritage Village, Kisama.