Datta expresses concern over underground activities
Kohima, Oct 29 (UNI) Nagaland Governor Shyamal Datta has expressed deep concern over the underground activities in Nagaland saying, life in the state was becoming more of a struggle.
Speaking as the Chief Guest at the inaugural function of Shalom Reunion-2006 at Shalom Rehabilitation Centre in Chumukedima under Dimapur district yesterday, Mr Datta expressed serious concern over the prevailing situation, afflicted with underground activities, AIDS, drug abuse and unemployment problems.
Mr Datta, going to complete his term as Governor in January next, categorically pointed out that politics of violence has no place in society and no violence is a solution to any problem.
Speaking on the occasion, Catholic Bishop of Nagaland Jose Mukala had announced plans to launch rehabilitation centre for girls and lauded the Catholic priests and nuns involved in the rehabilitation efforts.
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