Moreh limps back to normalcy
Source: The Sangai Express

Moreh, June 07: The border town of Moreh which was gripped in a tense situation after the killing of one Roshan by a UG group has eventually limped back to normalcy today.

With curfew imposed in the border relaxed for 12 hours from 6 am to 6 pm, markets were re-opened and educational institutional resumed classes.

Vehicles were also seen plying after staying off the roads for the last few days.

The demand for stationing of two companies of IRB at Moreh raised by the people after the killing incident has also been fulfilled.

After a company of 3rd IRB was stationed in the border, another company of 4th IRB arrived here today.

Yet, police are keeping a strict vigil with enhanced frisking/checking exercise in the border town to avert possible escalation of communal tension.

ZU appeals to stop factional clashes: In its executive meeting held at Zeliangrong Community hall, Lamlong Bazar, Jiri today, Zeliangrong Union, Jiri Zone has appealed to the two warring factions of NSCN to stop bloodshed against each other in the interest of the Nagas in general and the Zeliangrongs in particular, reports of Jiri correspondent from Jiribam.

The Chairman of the Union R Alum lamented over the unabated senseless killings taking place among the armed comrades of NSCN despite numerous appeals made earlier to shun violence.