To convey sympathy to the victims of May 6 incident at Mao gate, Naga Students’ Union Mumbai (NSUM) and Naga Christian Fellowship Mumbai (NCFM) held a prayer meeting followed by lighting of candles on May 16 at Anushaktinagar Christian Fellowship, Deonar, Mumbai.
The meeting started with prayer, praise and worship by Olem Jamir, Director, Cross Road International, Mumbai, followed by the Naga Christian Fellowship Mumbai (NCFM) pastor Arep Tzudir preaching on justice and forgiveness. More than 150 Nagas attended and offered prayers and support.
A one minute silence was observed to pay respect to the Naga brothers who were killed in the incident.
Naga Students’ Union Mumbai (NSUM) president, Toshi Ao in his presidential speech termed the actions of the government of Manipur as despotic, against human rights and democratic principles.
He said such actions corroborate undermining the rights of the Naga tribes and the government of Manipur had lost the values of brotherhood, creating antagonism between the innocent people of Naga tribes and Manipur people.
Naga Students’ Union Mumbai (NSUM) also extended support to Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and appeal to the All Manipur Students’ Union (AMSU) and all who believe democratic principles to condemn such despotic, atrocious and inhuman actions of the government of Manipur.