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Organisations condemn extortion demand

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/25/2020 9:32:54 AM IST

Satoi Range Public Union Dimapur (SRPUD), Sümi Awomi Kuposhukulu (SAK) and Ao SensoTelongjem Dimapur (ASTD) have vehemently condemned the alleged act perpetrated by “few national workers” to assistant director, Food & Civil Supplies Dimapur.
SRPUD: A condemnation from SRPUD media cell stated that, the “national workers” had illicitly demanded extortion and later issued intimidation over phone and threatened the officer for severe action if he failed to meet their demand. The union term the incident as “totally unacceptable and uncultured behaviour” and can never be tolerated in a civilized society. Union cautioned that if any untoward incident happen to its member, the perpetrators involved shall be fully held responsible. Union also lauded Dimapur police for the arrest of all the culprits involved in the incident and sternly demanded befitting action according to law of land.
SAK: Sümi Awomi Kuposhukulu (SAK) has condemned in a condemnation by president V. Hoyivi Awomi and information and publicity secretary, David Awomi stated that, “the three accused” are not fit to be associated in decent society of the Nagas as their demand was random. Union further warned the culprits that it would not tolerate such life threatening and unwarranted activity towards the bonafide SAK victim or any other members even in the days to come.
ASTD: Ao SensoTelongjem Dimapur (ASTD) in a condemnation by president L. Wati Jamir and general secretary, K. Mar Lemtur stated that it was totally against unabated and rampant illegal forcible tax collection on the business community in Dimapur by “Naga national political groups”. ASTD cautioned anyone from the Ao community under its jurisdiction found indulging in such activities and tarnishing the image of the community in future would be punished as per the practices of Ao customary laws. ASTD also expressed its sincere appreciation to Dimapur police for apprehending the culprits.


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