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Organisations condemn killing incident of August 4

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/6/2020 12:15:17 PM IST

Various organisations have condemned the killing of late Dichungbe Newme on August 4 at New Beisumpu village, Peren, by two unknown assailants. 

KIN: Kuki Inpi Nagaland (KIN) in a condemnation by secretary, media cell, Lallenmang Singson stated that the brutal killing in one’s own residence, especially during a pandemic “shows a new low to which our society has plunged in relation to criminal activities”. KIN stated that the incident has not only shocked the entire community but has also created a deep sense of insecurity and fear psychosis among peace loving public.

Appealing the investigating agency to spare no effort to book the culprit (s) at the earliest and award befitting punishment according to the law of the land, the KIN also called upon right thinking and law abiding citizens to denounce and condemn such cold blooded murder. KIN share grief with the bereaved family members and pray that the Lord give comfort and solace to them.

GPRN/NSCN Kuki region: GPRN/NSCN Kuki region in a condemnation note by regional administrative officer (RAO) Kaihao Singson stated that, such kind of unwanted act of cowardice was unwarranted and uncalled for. It also appealed to all section of the society within Ahthibung sub-division to refrain from violence and come together to curb violence for peace and tranquillity. Regional authority in solidarity to the victim conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and for eternal rest of the departed soul. Region fervently urged the law enforcing agencies to immediately take up necessary action and book the perpetrators according to the law of the land.

KSON, KNK, GBUAA: Kuki Students’ Organisation Nagaland (KSON), Kuki Nute Kiloikhom (KNK) and GB Union Ahthibung Area (GBUAA) in a condemnation appealed the concerned law enforcement agency to leave no stone unturned in apprehending the assailants responsible. Kuki CSOs also appealed neighbouring villages to extend their full co-operation in order to expedite the investigation process. 


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