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Organisations flay killing of Arunachal MLA, 10 others

DIMAPUR, MAY 23 (NPN) | Publish Date: 5/23/2019 12:46:41 PM IST

Naga Hoho (NH), BJP Nagaland unit and Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWH) have vehemently condemned the killing of Arunachal MLA, Tirong Aboh, a Nocte Naga tribe, his son and nine others in an ambush at Bogapani area under Tirap district on May 21, 2019.

Naga Hoho communication cell said that violence and bloodshed would bring only unmanageable proposition. 

The hoho said it was “very perplexing that different agencies were suspecting this and that for the killing, yet the security forces were unable to nab the culprits till now despite of enforcing enough manpower and machineries which is beyond comprehension and speaks volumes of sinister design.”

NH has urged upon the competent authority to investigate thoroughly and book the culprits as per the demands and wishes of the people.

The hoho also conveyed condolences to all the bereaved family members and prayed for God’s solace at this moment of grief and sorrow. NH has appealed to all sections of communities in Arunachal Pradesh to restrain from creating rumors and hatred among fellow citizens “so as to ensure secure atmosphere at this baffling moment.”

BJP Nagaland: Nagaland state BJP unit through its president Temjen Imna Along condemned the “dastardly act of assassination”. The party unit stated that the such case of incident should not only be left to the state government of Arunachal to tackle, but should be a joint and concerted effort of state forces and central forces to investigate and operate together until justice is served and befitting punishment given to the culprits as per the law. 

Temjen added that unless such action was nipped from the bud, it will only cause serious national security problem. The BJP unit has also extended its support to Arunachal government and conveyed heartfelt condolence to the family members of late Tirong Aboh and all the families who have lost their near and dear ones. 

NWHD: Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) expressed shock over the incident and stated that such inhuman action of unknown culprits cannot be tolerated. 

In a commendation note, NWHD vice president, Vimeno Angami stated that perpetrators of this heinous crime must be punished as per the law. 

Further, the Hoho conveyed condolences to the bereaved families and urged upon security personnel to book the culprits at the earliest. 

NWHD also prayed for the Nagas living across Arunachal Pradesh, cautioning them to be careful in their movements and until the culprits were identified through proper sources. 

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