CNTC concerned over extortion, kidnapping

DIMAPUR, SEP 4 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/4/2020 12:47:38 PM IST

Central Nagaland Tribes Council (CNTC) has expressed  serious concern over the recent spate of extortions and kidnappings particularly in Dimapur, and appealed to the state authorities to check the menace of unabated taxation, that has become unbearable for the citizens.

CNTC through its media cell cited the recent incident where an employee of SymBios Pvt. Ltd was “reportedly kidnapped by a NPG group for his alleged involvement in selling off a stolen bike with forged documents”. In this regard, CNTC has appealed to all responsible to let the law take its own course of action.
Also, expressing sympathy with SymBios Pvt. Ltd for “facing such unwarranted situation” during these difficult times, the CNTC has assured to extend its support.
On the other hand, the CNTC, while taking a cue from the particular incident, stated that employers should also “check the antecedents and backgrounds of their employees properly” so such similar incidents did not occur, which caused unwanted friction and misunderstandings amongst local communities only. 
CNTC has appealed to the law enforcement agencies to properly investigate the matter and bring the matter to a logical conclusion.
Meanwhile, CNTC has lauded the efforts of the Dimapur Ao Youth Organisation (DAYO) in trying to make Dimapur a better place. It said that DAYO’s activities were “noteworthy and appreciated which must be emulated by all.”


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