Organisations condemn March 16 murder incident

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/29/2020 12:39:03 PM IST

Various organisations have condemned the murder of late Er. Kevinguto Khate at Dimapur on March 16.  

AYO: Angami Youth Organization (AYO) in a condemnation note by president Kekhrie Pfukha and general secretary, Visako Rino stated that, late Khate, a revered member of the organisation, was an accomplished academician who was on the verge of completing his doctorate degree and a man who carried the hope of the community.  

While condemning the crime, AYO stated that it will not just sit back, but was prepared and will be forced to retaliate upon such acts being caused upon the community time and again. 

While lauding the police department for promptly arresting the suspects, AYO also appealed that justice be brought at the earliest and the highest punishment be awarded to the culprits. AYO conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and pray to the Almighty to grant solace to the family.

KYO: Khonoma Youth Organization (KYO) in a condemnation note by KYO president Mhiesilhukho Yalie and general secretary Mhiesisokho Chase stated that, late Er. Kevinguto was a promising young man and aspiring intellectual, who was very hardworking man and loved by all. 

Stating that his demise was a loss not only to the family and people of Khonoma but to Nagas in general, the KYO added that a huge vacuum has been created.  Condemning the brutal and savage act of the wrongdoers, the KYO has fervently beseeched the law enforcing agencies to deliver justice at the earliest and penalize the culprits with befitting punishments. KYO also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and pray that the departed soul rest in eternal peace.

TYOD: Tenyimi Youth Organisation Dimapur (TYOD) in a condemnation by general secretary Khrozote Kapfo and treasure Athikho Kavina stated that the organisation has vehemently condemned the heinous act in the strongest terms. 

Organization while lauding the police for their swift actions taken has also appealed the law enforcing agencies to leave no stone unturned in delivering justice and punish the culprits as deem fit. 

TYOD further conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and pray for the departed soul to rest in peace. 


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