KARIMGANJ, Sept 26 – The ACKHSA and MYSA have submitted a memorandum to Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla demanding protection of non-Mizo people residing in the State of Mizoram.
The memorandum informed the Chief Minister that non-Mizo people who are living in Mizoram for last 40 years are being harassed by some NGOs like Young Mizo Association, Mizoram Business Organisation, etc. In view of developing situation in Mizoram, ACKHSA and MYSA sought protection of non-Mizo and urge the Chief Minister to take effective steps to restore normalcy in the State so that victims of physical and mental torture can resume their business and sundry works.
The student organisations also requested the Chief Minister to see that trade licences and inner line permit of non-Mizo, which have been snatched away, are returned soon and that adequate security is provided to them.
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