WTEE, WTEEE: Wokha Town Elumyo Ekhung (WTEE) and Wokha Town Elumyo Eloe Ekhung (WTEEE) have condemned the rape of a physically challenged girl from Elumyo village, allegedly by three immigrants on January 9 at Bamund Pukhri Dimapur. A joint press note issued by the two organizations termed the incident as “very disturbing and ugly” and “highly outrageous” that such heinous crime was committed on a helpless woman by immigrants, putting the safety of Naga women in risk in their own homes. Organizations appealed to law enforcing authorities to award befitting punishment to the culprits.
PTCSU: Phek Town Chakhesang Students’ Union (PTCSU) has strongly condemned the January 1 attempted rape at Leshemi village Phek and rape on one minor at Kikruma village on January 3, another minor at Mon on January 7 and at Bamund Pukhuri, Dimapur on January 9. Stating that the heinous crimes were great insult to the modesty of women and an alarming threat to their safety in the present modern society, union appealed to authorities to award most severe punishment to the culprits, and also urged authorities to provide safety and security to women.
WYH: Condemning the series of rape incidents that took place during the festive seasons, the Western Yimchungrü Hoho (WYH) on Thursday stated such kinds of atrocities against the women were against the norms of Christianity and humanity, and that they should be stopped immediately, it urged law enforcing agencies to book the culprits at the earliest and award punishment.
CMA: Chakhesang Mothers’ Association has expressed shock over the alleged rape of a minor girl by one Tsahuyo Thira at Kikruma village on January 3.
The shameful act of the rapist should be condemned by one and all and the authority at all levels including village authority and government should take immediate action to bring the culprit to book as per the law of the land, CMA stated.
CAMA: Chokri Area Mothers’ Association expressed deep resentment over the rape of a minor girl of Class 10 by Tsahuyo Thira at Kikruma Village on January 3.
Stating that the act of the former Naga Wrestling champion (Thira) has brought great shame to the Chokri area community, CAMA appealed to responsible authority to arrest him immediately.