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Organisations condemn rape
Published on 12 Jan. 2011 12:46 AM IST
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Following reports of attempted rape at Leshemi on January 1 and subsequent three rape cases - Kikruma village January 3, Lempong Sheanghah village, Mon January 7 and Bamund Pukhuri, Dimapur January 9, condemnations from various organizations continued to pour in Tuesday, demanding authorities to book and punish the culprits involved at the earliest.
Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU) has strongly condemned the rape of a minor girl by one Tsahuyo at Kirkruma village under Phek district on Jan 3 and the alleged assault and molestation of two minor girls at Leshemi village Jan 1 by five youths from Khezhakeno village. Urging all right thinking citizens to condemn such “barbaric and uncivilized acts”, CSU stated that the culprits had no place in the society. Union also appealed to responsible authorities to award befitting punishment to the culprits at the earliest as per the law of the land.
Meanwhile, Tamlu Union Mon Town has also condemned the rape the rape on a minor girl on January 7 at Mon. While asserting that it would not tolerate such acts, the union urged the authorities to deliver justice at the earliest.
Jan 9 gang rape: Lotha organisations have strongly condemned the alleged gang rape of a 21-year-old physically challenged girl by three “immigrants” in Dimapur’s Bamund Pukhuri locality January 9 last.
The three accused identified as – Sirazul Ali, Prem Bahadur Shanar and Gopal Gurung are reportedly under police custody. The Dimapur Kyong students’ union in a press communiqué said: “it is indeed a very shameful to our present society that a physically challenged was mercilessly gang raped.” The union also termed the act as great insult to the modesty of women.
According to union this heinous crime has created a threat to the safety and equality of women in the society.
Meanwhile, the union has urged the responsible authorities to award the culprits with most severe punishment as per the law and deliver justice to the victim. In another statement, the Elumyo Ekhung while condemning the heinous crime appealed to the law enforcing agencies to award appropriate punishment as per the provision of law. It also urged higher authority not to grant bail those accused until justice delivered.
The Kachari community of Bamunpukhuri-I village also condemned the rape incident and appealed the authorities to award culprits with befitting punishments.

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