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Firing incidents condemned

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/11/2019 11:57:16 AM IST

Various organisations have condemned the firing incidents at the residences of political party leaders and MLA on June 5 and 6 respectively. 

NAPO: Northern Angami Public Organisation (NAPO) has condemned the indiscriminate firing at the official residential gates of its two bonafide members Abu Metha and Zeneituo Yono at Sovima village on June 5. In a condemnation issued by NAPO secretary, Helievio Solo stated that, these dastardly acts of terror have no place in the civilized society. Therefore, NAPO strongly urged the law enforcing agencies to seriously investigate the serial firing incident and book the perpetrators at the earliest.

DDGBA: Dimapur District GB Association (DDGBA) has also condemned the consecutive firing incidents on June 5 and 6 at the residences of Abu Metha, Sharingain Longkumer and Rusemton Longkumer. 

In a condemnation note DDGBA president, Khehovi V. Chophi and secretary publicity and information, R. Changkum have urged the competent authority(s) to arrest the offenders and brought to book at the earliest. DDGBA said that if anyone has any grievances with any person/individual/groups/party it should be resolved and not by such “cowardly acts”.

CYVO: Chiechama Village Youth Organisation (CVYO) has condemned the firing incident outside the residences of NDPP general secretary and advisor to chief minister, Abu Metha on June 5. In a press release, CVYO president Keneingusa Rupreo urged the law enforcing agencies to book the perpetrators at the earliest as per the law of the land. 

DLST: Dimapur Longjang Senso Telongjem (DLST) has also condemned the firing incidents. In a condemnation note, DLST, general secretary, Limasenen Pongen appealed to the authority to investigate the incident and award befitting punishment to the perpetrators as per the law.

OST: Ongpangkong Senso Telongjem (OST) Dimpaur has condemned the firing incident at the residence of Sharingain MLA by unidentified miscreant (s). In a condemnation note OST president, Temsupok Jamir and general secretary, Imnatoshi stated that, such act of terror cannot be tolerated by the union and will not remain as mute spectators if justice is not delivered at the earliest. Ongpangkong Senso Telongjem urged upon the law enforcing agency to apprehend the culprit(s) and award befitting punishment as per the law of the land. 

 

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