KLH condemns assault on minor, seeks forgiveness

DIMAPUR, APR 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/14/2019 12:14:11 PM IST

Kohima Lotha Hoho (KLH) has expressed its deep pain at the heinous act inflicted on a 13-year-old girl employed as baby sitter in the house of one Rulanthung Ezung.

Mentioning that the matter came to their notice on Saturday evening, KLH chairman Nchumbemo Tungoe and general secretary Thunglamo Ovung in a statement said on hearing the news, the hoho convened an emergency meeting in which members expressed their extreme displeasure and condemned the act not only as inhuman but a shame to both Lotha and Konyak communities. They said Rulanthung, who is a member of KLH, brought defamation to the unit. 

Stating that they had no words to express their shame except to appeal, in all earnestness, Tungoe and Ovung appealed to the Konyak community, especially Konyak Students’ Union, Kohima for forgiveness and help resolve the issue on humanitarian gesture. “We have the confidence in the wisdom of Konyak Students’ Union that the best will emerge out of this unfortunate incidence,” they added.

KLH prayed that the unfortunate incident will be an eye opener to all families in “our societies” that no correction or dealing with shortcomings is delivered in anger, but through understanding and wisdom. They also appealed to the churches to continue giving emphasis on family morals in their preaching.



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