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Organisations condemn AR raid

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/21/2019 11:45:31 AM IST

Nerhema Youth and Sports Organisation (NYSO), Northern Angami Youth Organization (NAYO) and Lower Bayavü Youth Society (LBYS) have condemned the raid carried out by Assam Rifles at the residence of Kezhaleo Riilho Class-1 contractor at Lower Bayavii on June 20 night.

In a condemnation note, NYSO president Nouvilie Rülho and general secretary, Neilhouvolie Chatsu said such sudden unwanted intrusion into the personal house was tantamount to insult and threat to all members. It therefore, stated that in the event of any future incident of this kind to any of its members, the organisation will impose non-cooperation to such elements.
In a separate statement, NAYO press secretary, Kiyasetuo Kengurusie questioned the “Assam Rifles on what possibilities of harmfulness did AR sensed that they had acted as mentioned recovering no illegal things beside, tarnishing the good image of an innocent public, causing mental harassment, terrorising and creating fear psycho to his wife and young children?”. 
Also, accusing the Assam Rifles of creating terror situation instead of providing peaceful security, NAYO challenged the Assam Riffles to change its “infamous/hypocritic” slogan, “Friend of the Hills” to “Terror of the Hills” in order to reveal their real intention toward Nagas.
In another statement, LBYS while condemning the AR raid said that such unbecoming character and motive of the oldest paramilitary force who tags themselves as “Friends of the Hill People” was totally uncalled for and deserved condemnation in the highest level when citizens are thriving for peace.
The society also stated that the action of AR has threatened the peace and security of its denizens. It further, asked the Assam Rifles to improve its “intel and stop committing such disastrous acts which causes social disharmony”.
 
 

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