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Zomi Re-Unification Organisation [ZRO]

The term 'Zomi' meaning, 'Zo People' is derived from the generic name 'Zo', the progenitor of the Zomi. In the past they were little known by this racial nomenclature. They were known by the non-tribal plain peoples of Burma, Bangladesh and India as Chin, Kuki, or Lushai. However, they called themselves Zomi since time immemorial.

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CONDEMNATION
The 19th March, 2014

 

Shri Nemichan Sharma Marwari (53) s/o (L) Sagarmal Sharma of Hmuia Veng was abducted/kidnappedon the 18th March, 2014 at around 6:00 PM by unknown miscreants/unidentified person.  The ZRO/ZRA strongly condemned such heinous crime and cowardly act against an innocent civilian.  Thereby, disturbing the peaceful atmosphere in our town.

PRESS INFORMATION
May 20, 2014

 

This press information is a reminder to the public that the Zomi Re-unification Organisation (ZRO) totally probihited people indulging in immoral and indecent acts in its area of operation.  the ZRO also asked the general public to refrain from dumping of garbage at Khuga River and Lanva River, which are the main sources of our drinking water.  It may be noted that dumping of garbage at river sites are unhygenic for the people and detrimental to our environment.  Indeed, the ZRO encouraged planting of more trees for ecological balance.

PRESS COMMUNIQUE
December 11, 2014

The Zomi Re-unification Organisation (ZRO) would like to inform the general public regarding the recent increase on passenger fares and freight charges on commericial vehicles plying on Tedim Road and Guite Road. At the outset, the fares increaseis duly approved by the ZRO. The ZRO, while deeply concern the hardship faced by the common people due to the fares increase, it equally shares the plight faced by those vehicle owners plying on Tedim Road and Guite Road. Itmay be stated that due to less passengers and bad road condition, they sincerely ply their vehicles for our people even at a loss on many occasions.

RELEASE ORDER
December 13, 2014

 

No. 1/ZRO/Est-2/99:As Mr. James Thangluai willingly tendered a request to release from the Zomi Re-unification Organisation, the Cabinet Council unanimously accepted his petition on December 11, 2014.

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