Organisations condemn rape of minor

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/2/2020 12:34:26 PM IST

Various organisations have condemned the alleged rape of a minor girl by Nungsang Lemtur, alias Nungsangoba on August 23. 

KUC: Konyak Union Chumukedima (KUC) in a condemnation note by president W Lemwang Konyak and general secretary T Lampang Konyak has urged upon all right thinking citizens to come forward and condemn this kind of heinous crime. Union also urged upon the law enforcing authority to take appropriate action as per the provision of law. Union strongly stands against any bail for the accused.   

KNSKC: Konyak Nyupuh Sheko Khong Chumukedima unit (KNSKC) president L Ngiplem Konyak and general secretary Ngapjao Konyak in a condemnation has expressed serious concern on the safety of women and girl child which “is put to threat when such primitive instinct overrules the minds of the people.”  KNSKC requested the concerned authority to investigate the matter with utmost seriousness and award befitting action to the culprit as per the law and not bail out under any circumstances. 

KSUC: Konyak Students Union Chumukedima (KSUC) in a condemnation by president Nathan Konyak and general secretary Methung Konyak urged upon authority to award befitting punishment for such heinous crime “which is an utmost intolerance and unacceptable in the present day society.”  Union also pleaded for justice to the victim and her family and also urged the concerned authority to take stern action as per the provision of law against such heinous crime.

TASU: Tizit Area Students' (TASU) in a condemnation note by TASU president, James Konyak stated that, “no individual has the power and right to sexually harassed and rape even to his own domestic maid” and such act is a barbaric act which is not acceptable in any parts of the society. Union also appealed that the case should be taken up “in fastrack court and must be given severest punishment under non bailable as per the law of the land” and further warned that no advocate, organizations or any individual must come in support of the culprit. TASU also cautioned that it would expose openly if any foul play is found in the course of investigation. Union appealed to all the citizens and organizations in Nagaland to condemn such kind of “soulless act.” 


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