‘Neither Power Deptt nor State Government set up enquiry commission towards the ‘strange disappearance’ of its late employee Kilensoa.
DIMAPUR: Süngratsü Senso Mungdang (SSM) following the abduction of its two citizens, Sadem Ao and Kilensoa, on April 20, and leading to discovery of slain bodies on August 11 has extended appreciation and acknowledgement to all the people who came forward and supported in every possible way.
The Senso while expressing gratitude to various individual and well-wishers, who contributed throughout their hectic and anxious moment has further expressed gratitude to Ao union, Dimapur; Watsü Mungdang, Dimapur and Asetkong union, Dimapur for their tireless help throughout the period of anxiety and dilemma.
Meanwhile, SSM has reiterated that late Sadem Ao was NSCN cadre but late Kilensoa was an employee of power department, Mokokchung who had no connection with any "outfits" whatsoever.
In this regard SSM has said "in spite of the fact that the latter being a government employee, neither the department nor the government have considered it a duty to set up enquiry commission towards the strange disappearance of their ward."
The Senso also felt "it was quite unbecoming of the concerned department and the administration for their indifferent attitudes", further opining "their killing is more of a mystery because unlike any other factional killing, no factions have claimed responsibility till today. This only adds up to the involvement of some mysterious elements in their murder".
It further reminded the people involved that "search for the dead from scratches (without any traces) and could still unearth their colleague," and added the Mungdang would "not rest until the culprits involved are brought to justice as per the law of the land."
The SSM has also called upon "all lovers of humanity to condemn their treachery and assist in apprehending the evil-doers till they are ultimately brought to book."