Various organizations condemn firing incidents

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/9/2019 12:05:20 PM IST

Various organizations have condemned the firing incidents at the residences of the NDPP secretary general Abu Metha, NDPP legislator Sharingain Longkumer and PRO to Chief Minister, Rusemtong Longkumer on June 5 and June 6 respectively.

NGBF: Nagaland GB Federation (NGBF) in a condemnation note by its president, NGBF, Shaleem Konyak and general secretary, NGBF, Shikuto Zalipu, expressed shock on the firing incident carried out in secured zones. The federation termed the incidents as act of “despicable and heinous crime” which deserved collective condemnations and further stated that the “act of terror” was an attempt to create a disturbing situation with a “devilish agenda”.  NGBF urged the law enforcing agencies to thoroughly investigate the incident and arrest the culprits at the earliest.
CAGBU: Chumukedima Areas GB’s Union (CAGBU) has termed the incidents as “shameful” to a peace loving society and appealed to the investigating agencies to expedite in tracking the source accordingly and book the culprit at the earliest.  The union in a condemnation note by its president, Tokishe Achumi and general secretary, Pamong Phom further vowed to continue pursuing justice till culprit(s) involved were caught.
AMK: Angamimiapfii Mechii Krotho (AMK) in a condemnation issued by its president, Kevinourheno Seyie and general secretary, Shiirhivino Nakhro stated that, “this cowardly act of dirty and notorious gun culture” should be condemned by the peace loving citizens of the state. AMK also urged upon the law enforcing agencies to seriously investigate into the matter and bring the perpetrators to book at the earliest date. 
CVC: Chiechama Village Council (CVC) has strongly condemned the indiscriminate firing by unidentified miscreants at the residence of Abu Metha, advisor to chief minister and secretary general, NDPP. In a condemnation, CVC chairman Neitso Sogotsu stated that, the cowardly act was not only an attempt on Abu’s life but a target to the whole Chiechama community, whereby CVC will not allow such perpetrators to go scot-free. CVC also expressed appreciation and support to Sovima Village Council for filing an FIR. It further appealed law enforcing agency to book the culprit (s) and award befitting punishment given as per provisions of law.


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