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Sumi Hoho flays abductions
NPN: Dimapur, 12 Jul 2008
Published on 13 Jul. 2008 12:18 AM IST
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Against the backdrop of the appeals made by various organizations to one underground faction for safe release of Khezheto Chishi, GB, of Yesholuto village, the Sumi Hoho has expressed dismay over the “heinous crime” being perpetrated to innocent public including the abduction of one Avito of Khehoto village and his handyman Aloto on July 9 in Kohima.
Sumi Hoho vice president Kashito Yepthomi and general secretary Kitoho S Rotokha in a press release said the act of not sparing even a village chieftain (GB) without any rhyme or reason was alien to Naga culture, and makes one wonder as to who was responsible for all such “barbaric acts.”
The hoho in the larger interest of peace, reconciliation and unification process, appealed to the authority responsible for the abductions to release the three civilians, and further called for cessation of hostile acts against innocent civilians.
Sumi Hoho also expressed appreciation to the leadership of the NSCN (I-M) for reported assurance given through the media for safe release of NNC (Non-accordist) general secretary V Nagi and his bodyguard.
The hoho said such kind of acknowledgement to appeals made by civil societies should be inculcated by all leadership and functionaries of warring factions.    
HRUD, AAUK appeal

Hoshepu Range Union Dimapur (HRUD) and Aghunato Area Union Kohima (AAUK) have appealed to law enforcing agencies of the State to take immediate steps to find the whereabouts of Avito, son of Sughozhe of Khehoto village and Aloto Sangtam, son of Vihoi Sangtam of Sutemi village, who were reportedly abducted on July 9 in Kohima.
HRUD president Shikheto Aye in a press release said the duo had been missing along with their red Maruti car (NL-02C-3196) since they were last seen near Blue Hill Travels station, Mohonkhola, on July 9 at around 7 a.m.
Both the unions stated that Avito was a carpenter under PWD (H) Zunheboto, while Aloto was a driver by profession, and had no links with any faction whatsoever.
AAUK president Kawoshe Achumi in a press release requested public to contact 9436207900/9436005793 in case of any information regarding the abduction.
Similarly, HRUD also informed anyone having clues to whereabouts of the abducted duo to contact 9436432916/9436207900.
The wife of Avito also appealed to abductors to release the duo on humanitarian ground. 
Meanwhile, Kohima Police said they were informed about the incident and that investigation was already underway.
Police also disclosed that they had contacted their counterparts in Dimapur as well as Senapati district under Manipur.  

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