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TVC demands speedy justice
Published on 19 Oct. 2010 12:47 AM IST
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Toulazou village council (TVC) Monday urged the law enforcing agency to book the culprits behind the murder of its two youth members at the earliest.
Bodies of two youths, identified as Ruokuovilie Meyase (32) and Lhikiye Kapfo (35) – who had reportedly gone for catching river frogs and went missing since October 16 – were discovered near Dhansiri river belt at Sangtamtilla railway crossing on the Assam-Nagaland border October 17.
Strongly condemning the “ruthless and senseless killing” of its innocent youths, the TVC chairman Loni, in a press statement, testified that deceased were peace loving citizens and active in village youth wing.
“They did not involve in any anti-social activities till the time of their demise,” said Loni.
Recalling that on the fateful day the victims had gone to catch frogs, the village council said recovery of sacks, containing frogs, along with bodies proved beyond the evidence of their innocence.
“The village council, therefore, appeal to the law enforcing agency to leave no stone unturned to bring the culprit to book at the earliest,” the statement requested. TVC also conveyed its deepest condolences to the bereaved families.

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