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Firing at Mao gate condemned
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Published on 10 May. 2010 1:07 AM IST
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SDSA: The Senapati District Students’ Association (SDSA) while expressing its condolence to the bereaved family in the brutal killing of 2 innocent students at Mao gate on May 6 by the Manipur State Police Commando/IRDs, acknowledged the extreme sacrifice made by the deceased students namely Chakho and Loshou from Kalinamai respectively.
President SDSA, A. Pfokrehrii Khrasi in a release condemned the ‘uncivilized action’ of the police personnel and the high handedness of the ‘Manipur crack force’. Knowing that the situation in Mao was volatile and sensitive, the SDSA said the attitude of the state government through the cabinet decision to reaffirm its stand made the situation worse.
It also stated the state chief minister, O. Ibobi Singh would be held for any untoward consequences in the coming days and also demanded the state government to immediately withdraw the Manipur Police Commandos/IRBs from every part of the Nagas dominated areas. Failing which, the SDSA said it would not continue to be patient over the issue but resort to any form of democratic agitation.
THN: Tangkhul Hoho Nagaland (THN) has condemned in strongest term the brutal act of Manipur police commandos resorting to indiscriminate firing at the Mao Gate that led to the death of two youths and injuring hundred people. In a condemnation note issued by S. Aring, president and K. Aning Zimik, secretary THN has urged the Government of India to intervene at the earliest and direct the Government of Manipur for safe journey of general secretary Th. Muivah to his native village at Somdal and to provide adequate compensation to the family members of the deceased and injured persons. Further, asked the Government of Manipur to institute a judicial inquiry to the firing incident by Manipur police at Mao Gate and book the culprit according to the law of the land.
Meanwhile, THN has conveyed condolences to the bereaved families and prayed for speedy recovery of the injured persons.
ANGSU: All Nagaland Gorkha Students Union has expressed grief over the death of killing of two students in the firing incident at Mao gate on May 6. Union condemned the barbaric act of the armed policemen on the innocent students and the womenfolk who were participating in the peaceful rally. The union further wished speedy recovery to the injured persons.
CPO: Chakhesang Public Organisation (CPO) has condemned the action of Manipur government for banning Th. Muviah Ato. Kilonser, NSCN/GPRN from visiting his native village Somdal, Ukhrul. CPO condemned the drastic actions taken by the Manipur state police who indiscriminately fired at the civilians injuring many and killing two students on May 6. Expressing condolence to the bereaved family members, the organisation appealed to all Nagas, organisations to exercise utmost restraint in dealing with such obstacles created to derail the peace process.

 
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