Various organisations condemn March 16 murder

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/27/2020 12:50:13 PM IST

Several organisations have vehemently condemned the murder of Er. Kevinguto Khate, son of late Rokozhasie Khate of Kuda Village, Dimapur on March 16. Late Khate was an assistant professor at the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Nagaland, Chümoukedima

CPO:  Chakhroma Public Organization has strongly condemned the killing of one of its member, Er. Kevinguto Khate and has urged upon the law enforcing agencies to deliver justice at the earliest by awarding the severest punishment to the culprit(s).
In a condemnation note, CPO president, Vichütuolie Mere and general secretary, Mhiesisato Vüprü stated that suspecting foul play, the Kuda Youth Club officials and the victim’s family members examined the footage of the CCTV cameras installed by the Kuda Village at strategic locations wherein the involvement of at least three persons was established. The organisation said it has lost a prominent member and that the vacuum left behind by his sudden death would be difficult to fill in the near future.
Further, CPO prayed that the Almighty God grant solace to the bereaved family members and eternal peace to the departed soul.
KRD: Khonoma Rüffüno Dimapur (KRD) has vehemently condemned the cold blooded and gruesome murder of its member, Er. Kevinguto Khate. 
In a condemnation note, KRD president, Kevizeto Meyase sad late Khate contributed greatly to the growth and development of the NIT Nagaland, a nascent premier institution. 
KRD has appealed to the law enforcement agencies to thoroughly investigate the murder without fear or favour so as to bring light to the motive behind the gruesome murder. It also urged for befitting punishments to the culprit.  Further, KRD prayed that the Almighty God grant strength and solace to the bereaved family members and for the departed soul to rest in peace. 
KYC: Kuda Youth Club has condemned the heinous murder of Er. Kevinguto Khate saying the demise was not only a loss for the youth Kuda youth but the village and Nagas in general. While expressing deep shock at the heinous crime, the club also applauded the police for their action in arresting the criminals. 
KYC has asked the police to leave no stone unturned in solving the crime/ motive or conspiracy behind. 
The club has also prayed to God to provide solace and comfort to the bereaved family members.
CAKU: Chakhro Angami Kuda Union has expressed deep shock at the gruesome murder of Er. Kevinguto Khate.
In his death, the CAKU said it has lost a talented, upcoming academician with amiable in nature.  CAKU while vehemently condemning such crime has appealed the law enforcing agencies not to left any stone unturned and booked the culprit at the earliest and punished them as per the law of the land. 
CAKU has further conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that Almighty God grant strength and comfort them at this hour of grief, and for the departed soul to rest in peace. 
CAKYO: The Chakhro Angami Kuda Youth Organisation (CAKYO) has vehemently condemned the brutal murder of its member, Er. Kevinguto Khate son of late Rokozhasie Khate on March 16. 
CAKYO appealed to the law enforcing agencies to investigate the heinous crime and book all the culprits at the earliest and leave no stone unturned in the investigation exploring all possible leads to greater conspiracy in cutting short the life and bright career of one of Nagaland’s young and promising structural  engineer .  The organisation also salutes the law enforcing agencies for the swift arrest of three culprits including a lady and two men so far and urged the police to hunt down all remaining accomplices/masterminds still at large. The organisation stated that the devilish act cannot be pardoned under any circumstances and the culprits should be punished under the severest sections of law.
CAKYO urged that under no circumstances should the culprits be granted any bail as this crime deserves the severest punishment.
The union extend its deepest condolences to the family members of the departed soul at this hour of grieve and mourning. 


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