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June 30 incident: NSCN (Khaplang) questions Dimapur district admin, police

Published on 8 Jul. 2011 1:10 AM IST
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NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) has hit out at the Dimapur district administration and police for accusing its cadres of involvement in the June 30 grenade attack on a shop at 3rd Mile Dimapur during the DPDB meeting as reported by the local media on July 7. Slamming the district administration and police for relying fully on allegations made by ‘Khehoi campers’, the MIP asked why was prime accused ‘ss major’ Hotoi Ayemi not been arrested nor questioned over his role in the blast? Asserting that its position had been made clear, the MIP flayed linking of its cadres with the case on circumstantial nature. It maintained that its cadres, were only carrying out assigned duties and not personally responsible while vowing to “pursue the unfinished task with Ambuja cement traders”, officially as done earlier. MIP also warned any state or district official “enthusiastically pursuing the case” against its cadres on the same charges, under the pretext of carrying out investigation “shall be treated as anti-Naga” and awarded exemplary punishment as per “NSCN Yehzabo.” MIP accused the Dimapur Police and the district administration that they had openly provided full protection to ‘maj’ Hotoi for almost half a year, while he ran a fuel adulteration racket “in full view of colony residents”. MIP said oil from tankers were unloaded inside “a plan looking bamboo wall” then diluted with “various chemicals” and distributed to various oil pump outlets in Dimapur. It alleged that ‘maj’ Hotoi paid Rs. 2,50,000 to “the IM group as protection fee” in May 2011 and lump sum amount also paid to various police stations including the highway patrols. MIP alleged that ‘maj’ Hotoi’s “criminal activities” were carried out with “full police protection” while countless number of motor cars “are being damaged with this adulterated fuel.” Stating that the above facts “annoys the NSCN/GPRN” MIP said it has been compelled to question the “integrity” of the Dimapur police and administration for their “one sided functioning”. It said the NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) was “now obliged to activate necessary measures” to expose crime and cleanse society from “many more criminals like ‘major’ Ayemi of Tichitami village” the Dimapur town command of “Khehoi gang” and residing at Chekiye village.

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