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Maha police fail to nab attackers
Dimapur, JUL 18 (NPN):
Published on 19 Jul. 2009 12:28 AM IST
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Maharashtra police has reportedly failed to nab the culprits who attacked four Naga students in Pune on June 21 at Salisbury Park, Pune. A North East Support Centre and Helpline report quoting Naga Students Union (NSUP) president, said the police has not taken any step to apprehend the culprits nor contacted the victims. “The victims and the north east communities have no hopes left after police failed to perform their duties,” the report quoted NSUP president as saying. According to the report, commissioner of police, Pune was appealed to look into the matter July 8 however no action has been taken so far. Losing faith in the police, the North East Support Centre & Helpline has sought help from Maharashtra governor Dr. SC Jamir. In a letter to Maharashtra governor, the North East Support Centre & Helpline has urged him to instruct state police official to look into the matter and deliver justice to the victims. It has also appealed to the governor that culprits must be booked under the law of the state, so that north east students could be prevented from any possible racial attacks. In another incident at national capital (New Delhi), a boy from Manipur was allegedly attacked on July 15 at around 12 midnight, by three unknown persons in Mahipalpur, New Delhi. He was returning from his night shift job in a private company at Gurgaon, North East Support Centre and Helpline reported. According to the report the youth was attacked with lethal iron rods while he was walking through the street leading to his rented house.

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