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Lifeless Swu to be flown to home

The mortal remains of Isak Chishi Swu is set to be flown to Nagaland on Wednesday two days after the revolutionary died at a New Delhi based hospital.

The lifeless NSCN-(IM) leader would be flown to Dimapur before lifting to his ancestral village for last rites.

Hundreds of from the north eastern region have reached the Nagaland House in the national capital on Wednesday to pay their last respect to the revolutionary leader in the evening.

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