CNF deny having demanded 800 acres of land in Tidim


In a letter to the township administrator on July 17, locals in Tidim town have urged cancellation of the demand for 800 acres of land in Tidim township by the Chin National Front (CNF), the Zomi Daily newspaper reported.

The Zomi Youth Association (ZYA) also sent a letter to the Parliament.

Meanwhile, the Chin National Front has denied the accusation that it demanded 800 acres of land in Tidim township. Read more…

Nippon Foundation to give Ks. 1,800 lakh to Chin state


The Nippon Foundation in Japan will sanction Ks. 1,800 lakh for remote areas in Chin state through the Chin National Front (CNF), during the period of the peace process with the central government.

The Foundation will purchase rice bags at local market prices then distribute it in nine townships in Chin state. The amount of rice distribution in each township has been arranged by CNF and the Chin state government.

The breakup of the funds are as follows: Kyat 200 lakh for Falam township, Kyat 300 lakh for Paletwa township.

Kyat 250 lakh for Matupi township, Kyat 300 lakh for Thantlang township, Kyat 200 lakh for Hakha township, Kyat 75 lakh for Kanpalet township (Ks. 150 lakh had already been given earlier), Kyat 75 lakh for Tonzang township ( Ks. 150 lakh had already been given earlier), and Kyat 200 lakh for Tidim township. Read more…

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