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Dmu biz community protest march

Members of the business community, Dimapur in a silent procession march towards DC’s office Monday to submit the memorandum. (NP)
Staff Reporter/Correspondent DIMAPUR/Kohima, Nov 29 (NPN):
Published on 30 Nov. 2010 1:37 AM IST
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Expressing displeasure over the recent spate of kidnappings and extortions by various groups in Dimapur, the business community on Monday carried out a silent protest rally from Deluxe Point to DC office. The rally which started off from Deluxe Point gained momentum as more traders joined in the rally along the route. The protestors later handed over a memorandum to DC, to be submitted to the chief minister and a copy of which will also be forwarded to home minister, chief secretary, DGP and SP Dimapur.
5 point memo
The person(s) responsible for kidnapping Hari Ram Gupta should be immediately arrested and booked under the appropriate provision of law and set an exemplary punishment so as to deter similar act in future.
The accused person(s) responsible for kidnapping and murdering Dhar, a businessman of Dimapur should be arrested and re-arrest the accused person(s) who have been released on bail for further investigation and arrest all those person(s) responsible.
Rampant collection of illegal tax should be immediately stopped at all entry and exit check-gates and also to deploy adequate security personnel in and around commercial areas round the clock in order to curb all criminal acts and anti-social elements.
DCC further appeal to the authority to strengthen and deploy intelligent, efficient and crime branch personnel for immediate and swift action at times of needs so as to counter and deter all illegal act & anti-social elements.
Any person arrested in connection with kidnapping, extortion, issuing demand-note with arms should be booked under appropriate section of law and should not be released on bail.
Reiterating its earlier statement, DCC has served a 7-day ultimatum to the government to arrest the culprits involved in the kidnapping of Hariram Balram, failing which the business establishment would continue its stir.

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