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BJP demands restoration of law and order in Dmu
Published on 29 Nov. 2010 12:07 AM IST
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Blaming the state government for failure to tackle law and order situation in Nagaland especially in Dimapur where kidnapping and extorting are taking place almost everyday, BJP Nagaland unit has demanded home minister Imkomg Imchen to immediately restore law and order before the present situation in Dimapur becomes “war like” situation.
BJP Nagaland unit general secretary, Yambos Murry in a press release while condemning the abduction of a businessman Hariram Gupta on November 25 alleged that due to government’s failure in tackling law and order, Dimapur has become a haven for kidnapping, murder and easy extortion.
“If government cannot tackle and check the incidents, better surrender power to the civil societies for maintaining law and order” stated the BJP Nagaland unit.
More organisations condemn kidnapping of businessman:
Western Sumi Students’ Union: (WSSU) has condemned the kidnapping of Hariram Gupta on November 25 by unknown miscreants. The union while condemning the act expressed concern over the law and order and security problems faced by the citizens of Dimapur.
Extending solidarity towards Dimapur chamber of commerce and hardware merchants’ association, the union in a press release issued by its president Daniel H. Sumi has appealed to the district administration and authority in charge to take drastic steps to check the growing anti- social menace.
RJD state unit condemns: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Nagaland unit has condemned the kidnapping of Hariram Gupta. The state unit further assured its cooperation to DCC to participate in the ‘silent procession’ on November 29 at Dimapur. In this regard, the RJD state has called upon all its members to join hands with the members of business community to protest against the abduction.
Meanwhile, the state unit RJD while appealing to all citizens to keep vigil on the movement of anti-social elements and work collectively to curb the menace, urged those responsible to avoid such act and form a “logistic approach” that was acceptable to all.

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