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NSF, NPMHR question JIC

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/21/2018 11:57:57 PM IST
Naga Peoples' Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR) and Naga Students' Federation (NSF) have expressed dismay over the delay in delivery of justice for the victims of July 16, 2015 Wuzu firing incident and questioned the Joint Inquiry Commission (JIC) how long it would take to deliver justice.
In a joint press release, NPMHR secretary general, Neingulo Krome, and NSF general secretary, Imtiyapang Imsong, said it has been three years since the killing of 13-year-old Aso and 14-year-old Tüzali on July 16, allegedly by Assam Rifles, at Wuzu village under Phek district and more than two years since The JIC was formed to investigate the incident. The JIC was set up by Nagaland government on November 22, 2015. Following cross examination of affidavits, they said the court summoned the eyewitnesses and parties that had filed the written statements. However, they said JIC had not come to any concrete conclusion despite of the ample time and evidences. The two bodies therefore demanded that enquiry be expedited to deliver justice to the victims, families of the victims, and the communities and villages affected by the killing at the earliest possible time.

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