Breaking News
Nagaland Post Logo
You are here:  Skip Navigation LinksHome » State » State News

Organisations condemn Sep 20 murder

Published on 2 Oct. 2017 12:43 AM IST
Print  Text Size

Chakhesang Women Society Kohima  (CWSK), Chozubami Women Society (CWS), Chozubami Youth Association (CYA) and Chozubami Students’ Union (CSU) have condemned the murder of Kukhrulu Phesao allegedly by Yanvungthung Ngullie son of Lt Renbong Ngullie of N Longidang village on September 20 in Kohima.
CWSK: In a condemnation note, CWSK president, Neikhwepeu Khalo and general secretary, Meneno, stated that it was “deeply perturbed and disquieted on learning of the post mortem and police preliminary reports indicating homicide”. CWSK pointed that it was an irony that the “police force, who should be protecting the citizens, is instead the one committing the crime on a citizen” in such a serious crime. CWSK has appealed the law enforcement agencies to conduct thorough investigation and impose befitting punishment to the guilty at the earliest. It also called upon conscientious citizens and organizations to voice out their condemnation against this heinous crime, and for the government to ensure the security of its citizens. CWSK has also appealed to the society in general to seriously look at the rising incidents of violence against women across the state, and to address the issue more effectively. Further, CWSK has conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed to the Almighty God to strengthen and comfort them.
CWS: Condemning the alleged murder, CWS president, Nuzolu Rhakho, stated that the abominable act on its member who was also at the early stage of pregnancy accounts to “double murder”. CWS stated that such act was unforgivable and that it has no place in society. CWS has further demanded the law enforcing agency to award capital punishment. It also shared the pain with the bereaved family members.
CYA and CSU: CYA and CSU while terming the murder as “horrific” has condemned the condemned the “heinous act” and added that such “sickening” act was “unjustifiable” under any circumstances. In a condemnation note, CYA president, Sevonyi Keyho and CSU president Risuhlu Rhakho, stated that the deceased was pregnant at the time or murder and demanded nothing less than capital punishment. The bodies also added that whoever bailed out the “senseless murderer” during the process of investigation/trial would be doing so at their own risk and that the unions would not be held responsible for any eventuality. Further, CYA and CSU have extended their sadness and solidarity to the bereaved family and prayed that the almighty would comfort them at this darkest hour.

For more updates, follow us on Facebook and Twitter
Tags : Condemn 
Comments:(0) Login or Register to post your Comment
(Available for registered users only)
More News
  • 1
  • 2