ENSF condemns Nov 18 incident at Thongtso village

DIMAPUR, NOV 27 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/27/2020 11:38:49 AM IST

Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has condemned the November 18 incident at Thongtso village where some houses were burnt down, while one person was killed and another seriously injured by some miscreants. 

In a press release, federation’s vice-president Hamnyei Angh and assistant general secretary Kumcho Khiungpuh observed that such incidents showed a new low to which “our society” has plunged. They asserted that such incidents could not be accepted in the modern and civilised society, adding that such violence did not have any place in the civilised society. 

Asking the investigating agency to immediately book the culprits and award befitting punishment as per law, ENSF declared that it stood with the resolution of Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO) wherein any dispute, misunderstanding within Eastern Nagaland people should be localised within the parties involved and resolve it within the groups concerned through peaceful dialogue. 

Since Eastern Nagaland had been declared as a peace zone through December 18, 2007 resolution by ENPO, the federation reaffirmed itself and asked everyone to respect the resolution and not to violate it for maintaining peace and tranquillity. 



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