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More condemn May 16 triple murder

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Published on 20 May. 2013 1:05 AM IST
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KSU: Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) has condemned the “barbaric inhuman murder” of three Nagas at Bor-Lingri on May 16 night. KSU has appealed to both the district administrations and law enforcing agencies of Assam and Nagaland to book the culprits at the earliest without any bias.

IWFNE: Indigenous Women Forum of North East India (IWFNEI) has condemned the triple murder at Bor-Lengri in which a young Naga family was killed in the most “heinous manner”.  IWFNEI said in spite such heinous crimes were increasing by day by day as no exemplary legal actions are taken against such perpetrators. It further appealed the law-enforcing authorities as well as traditional and local community organizations and tribal bodies to join hands in nabbing the murders and award them befitting punishment.

KRE: Joining various organizations in condemning the May 16 triple murder at Bor-Lengri, Kohima Riphyim Ekhung (KRE) said that the incident should not be “taken for granted” as another routine crime. The Ekhung appealed to the authority in-charge to come up with every possible means to book the culprits at the earliest and award a befitting exemplary punishment.

SVSU, SYO: Senjum Village Students’ Union (SVSU) and Senjum Youth Organization (SYO) have condemned the “inhuman and heinous triple murder” at Bor-Lengri. SVSU and SYO urged the authorities to work in coordination to nab the perpetrators.

LLRPO: Lotha Lower Range Public Organization (LLPRO) urged both the Assam and Nagaland police to nab the criminals involved and award exemplary punishment as per the law of land.

NGTC, GSUNZ: Nagaland Garo Tribal Council (NGTC) and Garo Students’ Union Nagaland Zone (GSUNZ) have condemned the brutal murder of three persons and appealed to the law enforcing agencies of Nagaland and Assam police to jointly investigate the case seriously and deliver justice at the earliest.

THN: Tangkhul Hoho Nagaland has expressed shock over the May 16 triple murder at Bor-Lengri on May 16. THN further appealed the authorities of both Assam and Nagaland to make a joint effort to nab the culprits at the earliest and award befitting punishment.

GMSK: Gorkha Mahila Samiti, Kohima (GMSK) has condemned the brutal murder of Alice Sumi, Shanchobeni Odyuo and Ronsuo Odyuo, who were “mercilessly hacked to death” by mindless murderers, at Boro-Lengri village. GMSK said that it was shocking to see that at time when all liked minded people were working hard to prevent crimes against women, and treat them at par with men folk, there were still people take people’s lives without any qualms and in the most brutal and savage manner. Gorkha Mahila Samity further expressed its deepest sympathies to the bereaved family members.

DSC: Dimapur Sumi Council (DSC) expressed shock at the gruesome triple murder by unidentified miscreants at Bor-Lengri on May 16. The council has urged the law enforcing agencies in Assam as well as Nagaland to pursue the matter with seriousness and book the culprits. The council also appealed to the general public to come forward and cooperate with the investigating agencies to identity the suspects.

VVC: Vihokhu Village Council (VVC) has condemned the inhumane act of homicide on May 16 at Boro-Lengri, Karbi Anglong, Assam. The council urged the authorities of both Assam and Nagaland to apprehend the culprits at the earliest. VVC also conveyed its condolences to the bereaved families.

Ex-candidate, 40 Bhandari A/C: Ex- Independent candidate, 40 Bhandari A/C, Achumbemo Kikon condemning the triple murder at Bor-Lengri has urged the State government to assist and coordinate with their counterpart in the investigation. Achumbemo further expressed condolences to the bereaved family members.

 
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