Various organisations condemn April 3 incident

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/6/2020 12:24:56 PM IST

Various organisations have strongly condemned the assault incident of April 3 on senior medical officer and COVID-19 quarantine officer, Dr. Nosezol Reto (Sezo) by the special task force (STF).

NMC: Nagaland Medical Council (NMC) has strongly condemned the incident and demanded a high level magisterial inquiry be constituted to look into the matter and appropriate action be taken. In a condemnation note, the NMC also appreciated the apology tendered by DGP Nagaland on the incident. 

Naga Hoho: Naga Hoho in a condemnation note stated that, law keepers must understand the category of exemptions and genuine patients on medical ground. Naga Hoho further added that in the name of imposition of Lockdown, not sparing a doctor cannot be accepted in any manner.  Naga Hoho appealed to the concerned authority to immediately initiate actions against the erring Police personnel and ensure safety to the frontline workers. Further, the hoho appealed to the general public to stay home safe, and to collectively fight against the most dreaded disease. 

MMK: Medziphemapfü Mechü Krotho (MMK) in a condemnation expressed pain and shock at the brutal assault incident. MMK has questioned the keepers/guardians of law and order on the safety and security of the public, when the authority is being abused and misused by the police force. MMK appeals the government to immediately book the perpetrators and take stringent punishment befitting the deed. 

MVC: Medziphema Village Council (MVC) in a condemnation note has strongly condemned the assault on a doctor during such a time when doctors are frontline workers against COVID-19. MVC urges the concerned authority to bring justice in the case.

Kidima village agencies: Kidima village comprising of KVC, VDB, KSU, KYO and KWS in a condemnation note stated that such assault was “intolerable and can never be compromised”. They strongly appealed to the higher authority to immediately terminate those erring personnel and bring justice to the victim. 

CMK: Chakhromapfü Mechü Krotho (CMK) in a condemnation note stated that the association strongly condemned the act and urged the concerned authorities to take prompt action against the erring police personnel and brief them so that such incidents do not happen in the future.


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